Wynn Marlow

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Sundance Channel presents Rectify

Daniel Holden was sentenced to death row in the state of Georgia at the age of 18 for the rape and murder of his girlfriend, Hanna. So begins the Sundance TV series Rectify. Aug 16, 2014 10:08 PM PT

'Scrubs' Actor McGinley Spreads the Word Against the 'R-Word'

Actor John C. McGinley of the hit show Scrubs wasn't playing for laughs before an audience of students at the University of Southern California Wednesday. Rather than speaking as bitter, narcissistic "Dr. Cox," McGinley appeared as ambassador for the National Down Syndrome Society. His message: spread the word to end the word--the "R-word." Mar 14, 2014 3:37 PM PT

Dr. Ben Carson: 'We Can't Be Free if We Are Not Brave'

NATIONAL HARBOR, Maryland -- Few people to have emerged on the conservative scene in recent years have become as instantly beloved as Dr. Ben Carson, the renowned pediatric neurosurgeon and Professor Emeritus at Johns Hopkins School of Medicine, who endeared himself to the right by speaking on conservative values at the National Prayer Breakfast just inches away from captive audience member Barack Obama. Mar 8, 2014 4:06 PM PT

Study: Mammograms Do Not Reduce Breast Cancer Death Rates

It is widely believed in the realm of medicine that annual mammography is a vital preventative tool against breast cancer. But in a recently reported long-term study of women age 40-59 conducted in Canada, the practice was found not to appreciably reduce cancer death rates after all. This has led to questions as to whether mammography has created a trend of "overdiagnosis" of the disease. Feb 13, 2014 7:55 AM PT

AIDS Research Contaminated by Blood-Spiking Fraud

An Iowa State University assistant professor of biomedical sciences resigned in October after admitting to spiking rabbit blood to obtain positive results in a research study of an AIDS vaccine. Dec 27, 2013 11:35 AM PT

'Don't Worry About the Price Tag' Song Wins Obamacare Video Contest

The US Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) has been working tirelessly to sell Obamacare to the young and healthy, whose participation in the program will subsidize care for older, sicker individuals – rendering this age group indispensable to the program. Dec 6, 2013 11:30 AM PT

Television: Post Apocalypse

Flesh eating zombies. Children's spines implanted with harnesses as obedience devices. The pursuit of cheap green energy triggering the neutralization of the global electricity grid. The display of the American flag as a declaration of rebellion. These are the leitmotifs of a common and popular genre in episodic television as of late: post-apocalyptic drama. Its significance surpasses that of mere entertainment. These stories are deeply reflective of the times in which we live. As such, they are both alarming and potentially uplifting. Aug 3, 2013 3:17 PM PT

Meet Me at 'The Bates Motel'

I begin with The Bates Motel on A&E Network. Written and produced by Carlton Cuse (Lost), it is conceived as a prequel to the classic Alfred Hitchcock movie Psycho. As executed in its first season, it is a believable yet haunting unspooling of the primal relationship of Norman Bates, unforgettably played by Tony Perkins in the film, and his mother Norma. Jun 22, 2013 5:27 PM PT

Watching the Pigford Story Come Back to Life

When The New York Times, that Old Gray Lady, published a front page story about the Pigford scandal–a cause célèbre for Andrew–on April 25, it was a bright day indeed, proof positive that the truth will come to light eventually. May 1, 2013 4:32 PM PT

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