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Must-Reads from Around the World TIME Magazine - Search Results (Time)

10 Things to Know: This Week's Takeaways (Seatte Pi, 5/30)

Obama lays out new postwar foreign policy, stresses nonmilitary options (WP, 5/28)

Saving Preemies. ... (Time by Jeffrey Kluger, 5/22)

Big Bang's Ripples: Two Scientists Recall Their Big Discovery (NPR, 5/20)

The Great Society at 50 (WP, 5/20) This is the first of four stories examining the legacy of President Lyndon B. Johnson's ambitious social agenda, known ...

The Sexual Assault Crisis on American Campuses. ... (Time, 5/15)

FCC's Web Tolls Proposal Sets Up a Battle (WSJ, 5/15) The FCC advanced rules that would ban broadband providers from .... gone far enough and conservatives who oppose any new Internet rules.

Vladimir Putin’s War (Time by Michael Crowley and Simon Shuster, 5/8)Russia’s president has seized Crimea and destabilized Ukraine. What drives him?

U.S. climate report says global warming impact already severe (WP, 5/6) The government's newest national assessment of climate change, released early Tuesday, declares what a wide majority of scientists say is clear: Americans are already feeling the effects of global warming

G7 agrees to Russian sanctions over Ukraine (Sydney Morning Herald, 4/26) The Group of Seven rich countries have agreed to start slapping fresh sanctions on Moscow as early as Monday over the worsening Ukraine crisis amid Western fears of an imminent Russian invasion.

Earth Day: The History of A Movement (, 4/22) The History of A Movement. Each year, Earth Day -- April 22 ...

Power Surge for Donors (NYTimes by NICHOLAS CONFESSORE, 4/2)

Too Apocalyptic? Experts Weigh Impact of Climate Risk Report (NBC News by Miguel Llanos, 3/31) Too alarmist, or too conservative? Both questions are being asked about a U.N. report on climate change that warns of impacts ranging from flooded coastlines to food shortages and species extinction.  The short answer: It depends on your perspective — and more precisely, how you weigh risk and potential impacts. That's the focus of the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change's latest report, which runs to more than 1,000 pages, as well as a 44-page summary for policymakers. ...

UN Panel: 8 Reasons To Worry About Global Warming (NPR, 3/29) If you have already read "12 Pieces of Practical Advice from Housecats," now you can move on to "8 Reasons to Worry about Global Warming.  Global warming » Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change » Global warming - there's hope amid the gloomCall for action over climate changeUN report to be released Monday focuses on effects of climate change

Putin Gets the Boot (WSJ, 3/24) The leaders of the seven major Western powers on Monday dropped Vladimir Putin as a member of their G-8 club. This comes at least eight years after we first proposed it, and while the move is mainly symbolic, symbolism has its uses.

We’re All Going to Starve…By 2030… or 2040ish at the Latest (Townhall Finance by John Ransom, 3/19) Nature Climate Change recently published a paper that contends that temperate zones will see reduced crop yields by 2030, presumably ...

International Women's Day celebrated in Google doodle (The Guardian, 3/7) Google is celebrating International Women's Day with a homepage doodle featuring footage of women from around the world including the education rights campaigner Malala Yousafzai and the British businesswoman and charity worker, Camila ...

All of these people have compared Vladimir Putin to Hitler (WP blog by Aaron Blake, 3/5)

Obama's Trauma Team (Time b

Airport Confidential: Inside the Strange World of Airline Cancellations (Time bThese are the men and women who decide if your flight takes off on time or leaves you stranded.

The School That Will Get You a Job (Time by Rana Foroohar, 2/17) A new kind of education shows why four years of high school isn't enough.

The Quantum Quest for a Revolutionary Computer (Time byQuantum computing uses strange subatomic behavior to exponentially speed up processing. It could be a revolution, or it could be wishful thinking.

Sochi’s Opening Ceremony Fiddles With History, Plays to the Home Crowd (Time by Simon SHuter, 2/7) The Winter Olympics' opening ceremony was a Russian party mostly intended for a Russian audience.

What You Missed While Not Watching the Bill Nye and Ken Ham Creation Debate (Time by , 2/5) Here it is. All 150 minutes of it.  Explore in depth (676 more articles)

Sochi's Sixth Ring (Time by Simon Shuster / Sochi, 2/3) Terrorism fears prompted Russia to build a "ring of steel" around the Olympics and guard it with 40,000 troops. For Putin, it's the ultimate test of his promise to make his country safe for everyone .

In State of the Union Address, Obama Vows to Act Alone on the Economy (NYT, 1/28) After five years of political combat, President Obama declared independence from Congress in his address, outlining a list of economic actions ...

The Mindful Revolution (Time b) Finding peace in a stressed-out, digitally dependent culture may just be a matter of thinking differently.

Obama speaks out on marijuana. Why now? ( by , 1/20) Obama calls marijuana a 'bad habit and a vice,' but no more dangerous than alcohol. With Americans increasingly favoring legalization, he could be positioning his party to reap political rewards.

Can Anyone Stop Hillary? (Time bWhy Clinton's 2016 candidacy-without-a-campaign dominates the political galaxy.

Legal marijuana sales begin in Colorado, making history (LATimes by ) DENVER - At the stroke of 8 a.m. on Wednesday Colorado became the first state in the nation where small amounts of retail marijuana legally can be sold in specialty shops. Related Cannabis » Colorado » Sales » Pot smokers come from far away for first legal sales in ColoradoWKRC TV Cincinnati Colorado's First Day of Recreational Marijuana Sales: 10 Things To KnowTIME - by Katy Steinmetz Featured:Utah authorities on alert as Colorado prepares to open retail marijuana storesDeseret News Opinion:Letter: Legal pot will have benefits in ColoradoSalt Lake Tribune In Depth:World's first legal recreational marijuana sales begin in ColoradoSan Jose Mercury News

Person of the Year 2013, etc. (Time, 12/11):

Is yoga hiding nefarious metaphysical ideas? Two sides weigh in. And a new translation of the Bible, into tweets (Interfaith Voices, 12/4)

Pope Francis, The People’s Pope (Time by  , 12/11) (2013 Person Of The Year / Pope Francis) He took the name of a humble saint and then called for a church of healing. The first non-European pope in 1,200 years is poised to transform a place that measures change by the century.
World Marks Human Rights Day (Voice of America, 12/10) Countries around the world are marking International Human Rights Day. U.N. Human Rights Chief Navi Pillay said the fundamentals for protecting and promoting human rights are largely in place, but the key now is in implementing these standards when the ...

Related Human rights » United Nations » Human Rights Day: A praise for improvements and a call for progressAmmon News On Human Rights Day, Maintain Focus on Protecting Peaceful Protest and ...Huffington Post Opinion:Despite setbacks, UN ushered in 65 years of progress on human rightsChristian Science Monitor In Depth:Mourning the lack of human rightsHaaretz (blog)

Nelson Mandela, 1918-2013: Remembering an Icon of Freedom (Time bTIME's former managing editor wrote about the man he knew—a prisoner turned peacemaker who carried South Africa out of apartheid and changed the world.

America's Pest Problem: It's Time to Cull the Herd (Time by David Von Drehle, 12/02) After nearly wiping out many wildlife species 50 years ago, Americans are once again living close--sometimes uncomfortably so--to all kinds of feral creatures. Why wildlife in the U.S. needs stronger management.

Obama's Race for the Cure (Time by NANCY GIBBS, 11/25) The President's second term may hinge on how fast his health care reform can recover.

JFK assassination: Many theories, but no 'real evidence' of a conspiracy (NBCNews, 11/23) The government's most recent investigation into the assassination of John F. Kennedy began in 1994. The Oliver Stone movie “JFK” was still ...

A short speech, long remembered: Gettysburg Address praised at Pa. battle site 150 years later (WP, 11/19)

In solemnity, thousands gathered at a central Pennsylvania battlefield park Tuesday to honor a speech given 150 years ago that President Abraham Lincoln predicted would not be long remembered. Related Abraham Lincoln » Battle of Gettysburg » Nation remembers Lincoln's Gettysburg Address 150 years laterReuters Could Abe Lincoln be elected today? In Depth:Gettysburg Address anniversary marked in Illinois at Lincoln tomb, across

John F. Kennedy's Assassination and the Conspiracy Industry (Time

An apologetic Obama unveils fix on health law (Reuters, 11/14) - President Barack Obama on Thursday tried to ease the biggest crisis of his presidency, acknowledging missteps with his signature healthcare law and announcing a plan to help those seeing their current health plans canceled ... Insurance » President Obama's public self-flogging on the Affordable Care Act - by Robin Abcarian Obama's health care fix doesn't allay Dems' jitters - by Aamer Madhani Fixes to Obamacare have little impact on UtahStatement by the President on the Affordable Care ActObama's Flawed Health Law Rollout Draws Parallels to Bush's Troubles - by Michael Shear White House to Allow Insurers to Continue Canceled Health Plans - by Louise Radnofsky

Chris Christie Was Born to Run (Time

The Secret Web: Where Drugs, Porn and Murder Live Online (Time

TSA employee dead, at least 6 injured in LAX shooting; gunman wounded and in custody, officials say (Fox News, 11/1) A TSA employee was fatally shot Friday inside a terminal at Los Angeles International Airport during a shooting rampage that left at least six ...

Inside Prince Charles' World As He Quietly Takes Charge (Time Britain's future king has used a long apprenticeship to build a charitable empire.  Prince for Life (Time by NANCY GIBBS , 10/28)

Science Goes to the Movies: 'Gravity' (Science Friday, 10/25)  With the astronaut flick Gravity dominating box offices and dinner table conversation, ... astronauts Jeffrey Hoffman and Don Pettit answer your Gravity questions and explore the real risks of spaceflight

Logging In to the Brain's Social Network (Science Friday, 10/18)  Does the pain we feel from rejection and loss have the same effect as physical pain? How does our brain respond to social interactions?

Companies rush to build ‘bio-factories’ for medicines, flavorings and fuels (WP by , 10/24) based Amyris has created 3 million new organisms that do not exist in ... systems as “bio-factories” for creating substances that are either too ...  DNA, the Software of Life An excerpt from J. Craig Venter's "Life at the Speed of Light: From the Double Helix to the Dawn of Digital Life."


'Insurgent' Wing Grapples For Control Of The GOP (NPR Fresh Air from WHYY, 10/23) There's a battle for control of the GOP between establishment Republicans and a new brand of conservatives.

Skull Suggests Single Human Species Emerged From Africa, Not Several (WSJ by Robert Lee Hotz, 10/17) Well-Preserved Find 1.8 Million Years Old Drastically Simplifies Evolutionary Picture Ancient Skulls Suggest One Lineage for Early Human Ancestors (Bloomberg News, 10/17)

InterFaith Voices Prayer Through Poetry, Secret Surveillance of New York's Muslims, and More (InterFaith Voices, 10/10) Summary: The former English teacher-turned dean of the Washington National Cathedral stops by to share his favorite poems. And an update on the NYPD's secret Muslim spying program

Why Texas Is Our Future (Time by Tyler Cowen, 10/21) It's not an accident that three of the five fastest growing cities are in Texas. It's more like destiny.  EDITOR'S DESK  The Texas Model (Cover)

Michael Bloomberg Wants To Be Mayor of the World (Time by Michael Scherer, 10/14) As time runs out on his days ruling New York City, the billionaire reformer is taking his crusade global.


For 3 Nobel Winners, a Molecular Mystery Solved (NYT, 10/7) Three Americans won the Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine on Monday for discovering the machinery that regulates how cells transport major molecules in a cargo system that delivers them to the right place at the right time.

What Colleges Will Teach in 2025 (Time b) America must resolve the conflict between knowledge and know-how.

U.N. report declares climate change is here to stay, and it's our fault (PBS by Jenny Marder, 9/27)  Protesters in Stockholm demand political action on climate change as the United Nations panel released its latest assessment on Friday.

Richard Dawkins: "An Appetite For Wonder" (NPR Diane Rehm Show, 9/24) British evolutionary biologist Richard Dawkins was catapulted to fame in 1976 with his first book, “The Selfish Gene.” It revolutionized Charles Darwin’s theory of evolution with the idea that genes are the keys to natural selection. Dawkins was the first professor for public understanding of science at Oxford University. And he is one of the world’s most outspoken atheists, author of “The God Delusion.” His latest book is the first volume of a two-part memoir titled “An Appetite for Wonder: The Making of a Scientist.” It covers his childhood in Africa through his mid-30s.    Related Links  Richard Dawkins' website Related Items  An Appetite for Wonder: The Making of a Scientist

Google vs. Death (Time bHow CEO Larry Page has transformed the search giant into a factory for moonshots. Our exclusive look at his boldest bet yet — to extend human life.  Google to Try to Solve Death, LOL (MIT Technology review, 9/18) A new company launched by Google will seek to extend human life spans. Google launches Calico to take on illness and aging (Cnet, 9/18) Larry Page recruits Art Levinson, chairman at both Genentech and Apple, to run the new health-focused company.

Three killed, 23 wounded in latest Chicago shootings (USA Today, 9/20) Latest round of shootings perplexing city officials. chicago_violence. Chicago police detectives investigate the scene where a number of people, including a 3-year-old child, were shot in a city park on the south side of Chicago on Sept. Chicago Grapples With Mass Shooting Violence Flares Anew On Chicago's South Side Shooting of 13 at park puts Chicago back in the spotlight Chicago police: Assault-style gun used in attack 'It's got to stop,' grandmother says after 3-year-old injured in Chicago shooting - by Mariano Castillo Chicago » See realtime coverage

At least 13 dead in Navy Yard shooting; possible suspect at large (WP, 9/16) At least 13 people are dead and several others were wounded after a shooter opened fire at the Washington Navy Yard on Monday, police said, spreading fear and chaos across the region as authorities sought to contain the panic.  Washington Navy Yard » Washington, D.C. » Navy Yard Shooting Shakes Fort Hood VictimsAt Least 13 Killed in Washington Navy Yard ShootingWashington shooter Aaron Alexis was full-time Navy reservist until 2011Alleged shooter arrested in 2010 for firing gunWashington Navy Yard Shooting: 13 People Confirmed Dead, Including Shooter ...Washington Navy Yard See realtime coverage

TIME Cover Story: It's Time to Pay College Athletes (College) (Time by Sean Gregory, 9/9) College sports are mass entertainment. It's time to fully reward players for their work.

Justice Dept. won't challenge state marijuana laws (USA TODAY by Kevin Johnson and Raju Chebium, 8/29) The Justice Department will not attempt to challenge state laws that allow for the medical and recreational use of marijuana as long as the drug sales do not conflict with ... DOJ won't sue to block state pot legalization lawsPolitico Feds will let states experiment with pot—for nowMSNBC - by Adam Serwer Featured:Feds Will Let States Legalize MarijuanaPolitix - by David Mark Highly Cited:US Says It Won't Sue to Undo State Marijuana LawsNew York Times Opinion:Should the Justice Department Challenge State Marijuana Laws?U.S. News & World Report - by Teresa Welsh In Depth:Feds Won't Sue to Stop Marijuana Use in 2 StatesABC News    See realtime coverage

Miniature 'human brain' grown in lab (BBC News b ) Miniature "human brains" have been grown in a lab in a feat scientists hope will transform the understanding of neurological disorders.  Researchers Grow Human 'Mini Brains'Wall Street Journal Highly Cited:Mini Human 'Brains' Grown in a In Depth:Scientists grow 'mini human brains' from stem cellsFox News  See realtime coverage

March Remembers King's Dream (WSJ, 8/28) A march down Pennsylvania Avenue toward the Lincoln Memorial commemorates the 50th anniversary of the March on Washington led by Martin Luther King Jr. Video: White House Marks Anniversary of March on Washington, MLK "Dream ...WNYC All In agenda: 'I have a dream'MSNBC In Depth:Shaping American politics: King and three presidentsUSA TODAY Live Updating:Live Updates on the 50th Anniversary of Martin Luther King's 'I Have a Dream ...New York Times (blog) - by Jennifer Preston See realtime coverage

50 Years After 'I Have a Dream', A Renewed Call for Equality/ Thousands Rally on 50th Anniversary of MLK’s ‘I Have a Dream’ Speech (Time bThousands rallied at the Lincoln Memorial on Saturday to honor the legacy of Martin Luther King Jr. and continue his fight for equality.  A New Generation of Activists March on Washington One Dream: MLK's Historic Speech 50 Years Later MLK Jr.: Architect of the 21st Century

Wild, Wild Web: Policing An Early, Lawless Internet (NPR Fresh Air from WHYY, 8/20) Today's Internet users have become accustomed to stories of hacking, identity theft and cyberattacks, but there was a time when the freedom and anonymity of the Web were new, and no one was sure what rules — if any — applied to its use. Many thought the Internet was beyond government regulation, its very chaos a source of creativity and strength.  The Internet Police (by Nate Anderson) How Crime Went Online-and the Cops Followed.

Martin Luther King Jr: Architect of the 21st Century (Time b) With a single phrase, Martin Luther King Jr. joined Jefferson and Lincoln in the ranks of men who've shaped modern America.  We Were There: Memories of the March on Washington (Features / One Man. One March. One Speech One Dream) They planned and organized, led and inspired. From Harry Belafonte and Joan Baez to John Lewis and Julian Bond, 17 participants in the March on Washington recall that historic day The Legacy of the "I Have a Dream" Speech (One Man. One March. One Speech One Dream) Casting aside his script, King reset every standard for political oratory. Presidents ever since have been trying to match his words, power and moral authority Race in America, 50 Years after the Dream (One Man. One March. One Speech One Dream) In some ways, America has exceeded King's visions. In others, however, his to-do list remains far from finished What the Dream Means to Me (One Man. One March. One Speech One Dream)

The Future Of Television (NPR Diane Rehm Show. 8/13) A fight over fees paid to transmit CBS content to Time Warner Cable customers has left millions of viewers without access to the channel. It has also drawn attention to long-standing tensions over how television is produced, packaged and priced. A small but growing number of Americans have cut their cable cords and cancelled satellite transmissions. Instead, they are taking advantage of new technology to customize their viewing experience at a lower cost. Non-traditional companies are entering the TV production business and competing with traditional broadcasters. For example, Netflix recently garnered 14 Emmy nominations for its original programming. Diane and her guests discuss the future of television.

Would Some Marriages Be Better If Couples Signed 'Wedleases'? (NPR by Mark Memmott, 8/13) "A combination of the words wedlock and lease. Two people commit themselves to a marriage, to a written contract for a period of years. Lease your marriage - New York NY | (4/29/09) Austrailia and Germany may be onto something. In recent news, it has been announced that these two countries are going to be testing out an ...  Shacking Up, Gay Marriage and Now Wed Leases: Is Marriage as ... The author, who is a divorce attorney, suggests that, given today's revolving door marriages, we just set up marriage as a lease arrangement ... What do you think about having a marriage lease? - Yahoo! Answers (3/22/11) First term is 3 years. You may not procreate during this initial period. Second term is 5 years. If you are prepared to renew again then it becomes ...

U.S. moves to curb long, mandatory drug sentences (Reuters by Dan Levine and David Ingram, 8/12) SAN FRANCISCO/WASHINGTON The Obama administration unveiled steps on Monday to fix what it considers the longstanding unjust ... Related News: Ailing lawyer in terrorism case loses bid for early prison release; Mexico releases drug lord behind 1985 DEA agent killing; UPDATE 1-U.S. sues PharMerica over drug dispensing, Medicare fraud; UPDATE 2-Publishers object to U.S. restrictions on Apple in e-books case; U.S. military judge trims potential sentence in WikiLeaks case.   Analysis & Opinion: Why the mediocre U.S. July jobs report was worse than it looked; SAC’s Steve Cohen may be the A-Rod of Wall Street.    Eric Holder » Prison » Holder's sentencing move highlights rare bipartisan issueHolder calls for scaled-back use of mandatory minimum drug sentencesHolder seeks to avert mandatory minimum sentences for some low-level drug ...Sentencing vs. 'war on drugs': Opinionline

The Plight of the Honeybee (Time bMass deaths in bee colonies may mean disaster for farmers--and your favorite foods.  The Trouble with Beekeeping in the Anthropocene (Time bThe beepocalypse is on the cover of TIME, but it looks like managed honeybees will still pull through. Wild bees—and wild species in general—won't be so lucky in a human-dominated planet.  Society in a Box (Science) (Time, 8/12)  A honeybee's life, death and world.  The Plight of the Honeybee - National Geographic News (5/10) Bee colonies are weaker than ever. Are we doing enough to protect our natural pollinators?


Having It All Without Having Children (Time by Lauren Sandler, 8/12) The American birthrate is at a record low. What happens when having it all means not having children?


Amazon's Founder to Buy The Washington Post (NYT by , 8/5) Related Jeffrey P. Bezos » The Washington Post » » Amazon's Bezos: Retail revolutionary, news tycoon?USA TODAY For Bezos, Washington Post Deal Fulfills AmbitionWall Street Journal In Depth:Amazon founder Bezos to buy the Washington PostReuters - by jennifer saba Wikipedia:The Washington Post See realtime coverage


Kenyan Man Tries to Overturn the Death Sentence Of Jesus Christ (Time by Kenyan lawyer Dola Indidis is on a mission: To get the International Court of Justice at the Hague to overturn the conviction and death sentence ... (PHOTOS: Rembrandt and the Face of Jesus)  (MORE: Is Reza Aslan Anti-Christian?)  (MORE: Jesus’ Wife Matters a Lot — and Not at All )  (MORE: Read the full interview with Reza Aslan here)

Meaning Is Healthier Than Happiness (Atlantic by , 8/1) People who are happy but have little-to-no sense of meaning in their lives have the same gene expression patterns as people who are enduring chronic adversity. Related Pleasure » A person's type of happiness can affect their Do-Gooders May Be Doing Good Things for Their See all 7 sources » Related Pleasure » More Health stories See realtime coverage



U.S. issues global travel alert, to close embassies due to al Qaeda threat (CNN, 8/2) -- A global travel alert issued Friday by the State Department said al Qaeda may launch attacks in the Middle East, North Africa and beyond in coming weeks, and the U.S. Related United States Department of State » al-Qaeda » United States of America » US issues global travel alert, closes embassies over Al Qaeda threatLos Angeles Times US in worldwide travel alert after 'al-Qaeda threat'BBC News Featured:US closes embassies, issues global travel alert over Al Qaeda threatChristian Science Monitor Highly Cited:US issues global travel alert, citing-al QaidaThe State In Depth:Airlines Cautious on Alert ImpactWall Street Journal - by Jack NicasTime)    See realtime coverage

Snowden granted asylum in Russia, leaves Moscow airport (WP by Isabel Gorst and , 8/1) MOSCOW - Edward Snowden, the fugitive former U.S. security contractor, left the transit zone at Moscow's international airport Thursday after Russian authorities granted him temporary asylum. Russia » United States of America » WikiLeaks cheers Snowden asylum in Russia; rights groups dubious - by Carol J Williams Edward Snowden gets Russian asylum As NSA leaker Edward Snowden gets asylum, debate lingers: whistleblower or ... - by Jamshid Ghazi Askar Senator McCain for tough measures in response to Russia's help to Snowden How Putin's move could help Snowden and US Sarah Harrison See realtime coverage


As Summer Recess Looms, Congress Remains Inactive (NPR Fresh Air from WHYY, 7/31) Friday is the last day before the 113th Congress scatters for their summer recess. And what has it accomplished so far? Almost nothing, says New York Times congressional correspondent Jonathan Weisman.


Religion Like a Rock Star, Pope Francis Calls For “Disorder” In Rio (Time by) Catholic leader wants church's youth to evangelize and work with the poor.   The Pope in Brazil: Scenes From Pontiff's Latin American Tour


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Scientists Trace Memories of Things That Never Happened (NYTimes by  , 7/25)

The vagaries of human memory are notorious. A friend insists you were at your 15th class reunion when you know it was your 10th. You distinctly remember that another friend was at your wedding, until she reminds you that you didn't invite her.  False memory syndrome » Research » Massachusetts Institute of Technology » Scientists can implant false memories into miceFalse memories created in mice, 'Total Recall' can't be far - by Timothy Hornyak False memory planted in mouse's brainInception? Scientists produce false memories in mice


Related Global warming » Study: Global warming may lead to hotter tempersAustin American-Statesman Boxer's Own Experts Contradict Obama on Climate ChangeBudget & Tax News In Depth:Does Global Warming Make Us More Violent?ABC News    See realtime coverage


Why You Should Eat Breakfast and the Best Times for the Rest of the Day’s Meals (Time by @acsifferlin, 7/23) Keeping track of what you're supposed to eat to stay healthy can already be overwhelming, but it turns out that when you eat is just as important for keeping your weight in control and for warding off chronic disease. Related Myocardial infarction » Cardiovascular disease » Study: Skipping breakfast may raise risk of heart disease Why Is Skipping Breakfast So Bad For Our Heart Health?Forbes - by Alice Walton Highly Cited:Skipping breakfast may increase heart attack riskUSA TODAY In Depth:No Breakfast, Midnight Snacks May Hurt Heart See realtime coverage

House Votes to Shift ‘No Child Left Behind’ Oversight to States (NYTime by , 7/19) For the first time in a dozen years, the House of Representatives passed a significant education bill on Friday, rewriting No Child Left Behind, President George W. Bush’s signature law governing how federal funds are spent in public schools.



Related Detroit » Orr tells Detroit retirees: Your pensions, benefits are safe for 6 months amid ...Detroit Free Press Detroit's bankruptcy filing may add to chaosLos Angeles Times - by Alana Semuels Featured:Wall Street Weighs Detroit's Opinion:Hey, at least Milwaukee isn't DetroitMilwaukee Journal Sentinel In Depth:Going, in Uncertainty, Where No Other Big City HasNew York Times Wikipedia:Detroit bankruptcy See realtime coverage

President Obama, making a surprise appearance on Friday in the White House briefing room to address the verdict in the Trayvon Martin killing, spoke in personal terms about the experience of being a black man in the United States, trying ... Obama: Trayvon Martin 'Could Have Been Me' Obama: Martin 'could have been me' 35 years ago President Obama: 'Trayvon Martin Could've Been Me 35 Years Ago' Obama's risky admission -- after Zimmerman case America must do better on race - by Juan Williams State of Florida v. George Zimmerman See realtime coverage

Related Viruses » Biggest Virus Yet Found, May Be Fourth Domain of Life?National Geographic Newly discovered “Pandoravirus" could redefine life as we know itio9 - by Robert Gonzalez In Depth:Largest Viruses Ever RevealedDiscovery News Wikipedia:Pandoravirus See realtime coverage

Related Juries » Zimmerman verdict no surprise to many lawyersUSA TODAY Federal case against Zimmerman would face Featured:Not Guilty! Did the Zimmerman Jury Make the Right Decision?Decoded Science Opinion:George Zimmerman jury reached right verdictOrlando Sentinel - by Beth Kassab Wikipedia:Trial of George Zimmerman See realtime coverage





Historic Win for Gay Marriage (WSJ


Across nation, gays celebrate court rulings (USA Today by Elizabeth Weise and Gary Strauss, 6/26) Two landmark rulings by the Supreme Court provide measured steps toward equal rights for nation's gays. scotus-gaymarriage. Partners Deb Gardiner, left, and Michele Horrigan of Maryland react to the Supreme Court's decision striking down the Defense of ... Related Same-sex marriage » Supreme Court of the United States » Marriage » Supreme Court delivers wins for gay marriage movementReuters - by Lawrence Hurley San Francisco Revels in Supreme Court Gay Marriage DecisionBloomberg Featured:LDS, Catholic and other religious leaders react to DOMA, Prop 8 Supreme Court ...Deseret News


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Georgians applaud, decry voting rights rulingAtlanta Journal Constitution High Court Voting-Law Ruling Stokes Partisan Divide in CongressSan Francisco Chronicle Featured:Supreme Court Shreds Key Provision of the Voting Rights ActNational Journal - by Brian Resnick Opinion:It's Not 1965, Says CourtWall Street Journal In Depth:On Voting Case, Reaction From 'Deeply Disappointed' to 'It's About Time'New York Times Wikipedia:Voting Rights Act of 1965 Related: Supreme Court of the United States » United States Congress »

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Obama wants limits on coal plants, says Keystone can't boost pollution Washington (CNN) -- President Barack Obama unveiled an aggressive new climate change strategy on Tuesday that would limit pollution from existing coal-fired power plants, and he made clear that approval of the Keystone XL pipeline depended on the ...

Related Global warming » Obama says carbon pollution is "critical" part of Keystone decisionCBS News Obama sets strict test for Keystone XL PipelineLos Angeles Times Featured:Obama: Keystone pipeline might not be built if adds greenhouse gasesAMERICAblog (blog) Highly Cited:Fact Sheet: President Obama's Climate Action (press release) From Canada:Oliver says Keystone pipeline would not add to greenhouse gas emissionsCTV News Opinion:Is Obama's Climate Change Plan a Good Idea?U.S. News & World Report - by Teresa Welsh


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3-D Map of Human Brain Gives Unprecedented Detail (NYTimes by, 6/20)

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Five Dead in Santa Monica Shooting (NYTimes, 6/7) A gunman killed six people and wounded five others at Santa Monica College before he was shot and killed by the police.


U.S., British intelligence mining data from nine U.S. Internet companies in broad secret program (WP by Barton Gellman and Laura Poitras, Barton Gellman and Laura Poitras, 6/6 6/7) The National Security Agency and the FBI are tapping directly into the central servers of nine leading U.S. Internet companies, extracting audio and video chats, photographs, e-mails, documents, and connection logs that enable analysts to track foreign targets ...


Related United States National Security Agency » Google Inc » The Internet » PRISM scandal: tech giants flatly deny allowing NSA direct access to serversThe Guardian - by James Ball Secret Internet surveillance of Americans by US reported; Microsoft respondsQ13 FOX Featured:NSA Internet-Tapping, a Highly Cited:Tech Firms' Data Is Also TappedWall Street Journal In Depth:NSA secretly mining user data from US Internet giantsCBS News Wiipedia:PRISM

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A letter sent to the White House was similar to poison-laced missives mailed to New York Mayor Michael Bloomberg and to his gun-control group in Washington that contained threats about shooting people in the face, officials said Thursday.

Related Michael Bloomberg » New York City » Obama letter possibly laced with ricin similar to contaminated Bloomberg letters ...CBS News Obama received ricin-tainted letterWashington Times Featured:Media reports: Ricin-tainted letters threaten violenceShreveport Times Highly Cited:Letters to New York Mayor Test Positive for RicinBloomberg Wikipedia:Portal:Current events/2013 May 29

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Britain steps up security after soldier killed in London terrorist attack (Iriish Time by Mark Hennessy, A police forensics officer investigates a crime scene where one man was killed in Woolwich, southeast London. A police forensics officer investigates a crime scene where one man was killed in Woolwich, southeast London.

Scores killed when huge tornado levels Oklahoma City suburb (WP, Rescue crews were waiting for daylight early Tuesday to aid in the search for survivors and victims of a massive tornado that chewed through a suburb of Oklahoma City on Monday, grinding up entire neighborhoods and obliterating an elementary school ...

Oklahoma tornado disasterBBC News Vast Oklahoma Tornado Kills at Least 91Opinion:In Depth:Live Updating:New York Times Life in Tornado Alley: You watch the sky, and hopeLos Angeles Times 20 children among at least 51 killed by vast Oklahoma Live Updates of Tornado Damage in OklahomaABC News (blog) Wikipedia:2013 Moore tornado Related OK » 1999 Oklahoma tornado outbreak » Moore »

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We’re the Government, Its Worst Face’, David Foster Wallace on the IRS (Time b

Breast Cancer The Angelina Effect: TIME’s New Cover Image Revealed (Time b COVER The Angelina Effect (Features / Health) Her preventive mastectomy raises important issues about genes, health and risk.


Every Every Every Generation Has Been the Me Me Me Generation (Elspeth Reeve - The Atlantic Wire, 5/9) Millennials are the "ME ME ME GENERATION," writes Joel Stein for the cover of Time magazine, which is apparently a marked departure from ... COVER Millennials: The Me Me Me Generation (Society) (Time, 5/20) Why millennials will save us all.



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Boston marathon bombs suspect Dzhokhar Tsarnaev captured (BBC, 4/20)

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  • Family is thought to have moved to the US in 2001, from Russian republic of Dagestan
  • They lived in the Massachusetts town of Cambridge, home to Harvard University
  • Dzhokhar, 19, was awarded a scholarship to pursue further education; he wanted to become a brain surgeon, according to his father
  • Tamerlan, 26, was an amateur boxer who had reportedly taken time off college to train for a competition; he described himself as a "very religious" non-drinker and non-smoker





































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