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  • In 'Death Comes to Pemberley,' a brisk mystery in Austen-land

    In 'Death Comes to Pemberley,' a brisk mystery in Austen-land
    That Jane Austen failed to write a murder-mystery sequel to "Pride and Prejudice" was an oversight remedied in 2011 by P.D. James with her novel "Death Comes to Pemberley." Like "P&P" and many other Austens before it — and many of James' own works, for that matter — that book has been adapted for television. Making its American debut Sunday via the PBS series "Masterpiece Mystery," 201 years after Elizabeth Bennet finally said yes to Mr. Darcy, it's a highly satisfying riff on the original work, as well as a credit to the modern British costume drama.
  • Security guard suffered discrimination, jury finds

    Security guard suffered discrimination, jury finds
    A security guard with a missing arm became a victim of discrimination when his employer removed him from his job after a customer complained, a jury has found. The verdict capped a lawsuit by the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission’s...

    High school actors learn from Holocaust survivors

    High school actors learn from Holocaust survivors
    As they get ready to perform "The Diary of Anne Frank," actors at Dreyfoos School of the Arts in West Palm Beach are thinking not only about the lines they have memorized, but about some educational encounters they had during their months of preparation....

    Christian group fights for identity against Cal State policy

    Christian group fights for identity against Cal State policy
    InterVarsity Christian Fellowship members say they just want to spread the word, to provide a welcoming space for believers and non-believers alike on college campuses that sometimes can seem cold and isolating. But because it requires its leaders to...

    Shame on Texas and the U.S. Supreme Court

    In allowing Texas' voter identification law to go into effect, at least for the November election, the U.S. Supreme Court last week showed the nation precisely what it meant in 2013 when its conservatives struck down the heart of the Voting Rights Act...