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Beware the macadamia nuts!
Heather Cho nut rage: A Korean Air exec got upset that she wasn't served macadamia nuts properly. Heather Cho ordered the plane back to the gate. She has stepped down, but she may face a fine for violating aviation safety procedures.
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Corita Kent, the nun-turned-internationally-renowned-pop-artist, gained popularity for her vibrant serigraphs during the 1960s and 1970s. Kent drew on popular culture to spread her own spiritually inspired messages.
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Kansas, South Dakota, Alaska, and Maine all feature major independent candidates in statewide races, wreaking havoc with the usual political order. American voters are also moving away from the two main parties.
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SF Giants fans, don't listen to these four girls covering 'Royals' cuz you'll never get it out of your head ...
Royals banned: Baseball fans in San Francisco object to Lorde's song "Royals." But Kansas City fans have adopted the song as their own.
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As Seattle's mayor signs a measure adopting Indigenous People's Day into law Monday, some Italian-Americans in the city says the new law denigrates their culture's accomplishments.
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The Broadway Hotel in Blackpool, England, charged one couple an extra £100 ($156) after they left a negative review of the hotel on TripAdvisor. Hotel Quebec sued a guest for $95,000 after a bad review. Is this legal?
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A ballot measure in Tennessee states that nothing in the state constitution “secures or protects” a woman’s right to an abortion, which, if approved, would allow the Republican-led legislature to impose strictures on the procedure.
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Why becoming a 'Jihadi Jane' is so appealing ...
Three Denver teenage girls skipped school and flew to Germany to join ISIS before being sent home. Why are American teenagers drawn to the Islamic terror group?
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10-year-old Jetta Fosberg's selfless act led to torment at school. Here's how she fought back: #standwithjetta
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The three countries that produce almost 60 percent of the world’s cocoa production are neighbors to Ebola-stricken Liberia and Guinea. That could mean less chocolate and higher prices.
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The CEO of DICK's Sporting Goods apologized to McKenna Peterson, who noticed that there were no female athletes in company's latest basketball catalog.
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As Online Director, Scott leads a small CSMonitor.com team that’s part skunkworks, part tech-training, part journalism.
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The CSM online team acts as the bridge between the editorial, business, and technical teams of CSMonitor.com.

Prior to joining the web team, Scott was the International News Editor at The Christian Science Monitor. In 2007, he won the inaugural Dart Society Mimi Award  – “the first of its kind to recognize editors who advocate relentlessly for the integrity of stories and invest time in shaping the talents of journalists.”

Scott was a 2011 Fellow of the Punch Sulzberger Program at Columbia University.

Scott has also been the Monitor’s Latin America bureau chief in Mexico City, Australasia bureau chief in Sydney, and Wall Street bureau chief in New York.

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