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Actor Harrison Ford injured in small plane crash:
Hundreds sled down D.C.'s Capitol Hill in defiance of a post-9/11 ban— #SledFreeOrDie
The people revolt against sledding ban in U.S. Capitol— #SledFreeOrDie
Should Uncle Sam get out of the postal business?
Newsweek South Korea with last week's cover story "Is Kim Jong Un the Last Bond Bad Guy?"
How praying mantises could help build better robots—
Is Apple helping China spy on its citizens?
Liberia releases last Ebola patient, reports no new cases in a week—
Two @nfl players, @sidneyrice and @Weatherford5, are donating their brains to science—
Nigeria, Africa’s biggest oil-producer, hit by 8-day fuel shortage just weeks before election—
Word For Word is bringing Alice Munro's short stories to the stage—
Hate mail to Greek restaurant in Germany goes viral, describes Greece as “corrupt and lazy”—
Misao Okawa, the world's oldest person, turns 117 and wonders why she's lived so long—
BBC airs gang rape documentary early despite protests from Indian government—
We make a thousand mistakes for every million actions. Why robot factories are the future:
The new CSI: Cyber aired last night. Did you watch?
Is Erdoğan responsible for Turkey's femicide? Well-known women’s rights NGO blames him—
Iranian military mastermind leading battle to recapture Tikrit from ISIS—
March 12, 1990: Newsweek cover "The Future of Gay America" #NewsweekRewind
15 most outrageous examples of police misconduct in Department of Justice report on Ferguson—
The rise of robot factories in Europe is leading to a 'fourth industrial revolution.'
Silicon Valley is trying to make humans immortal—and finding some success—
Sillicon Valley is trying to make humans immortal -- and is finding some success.
Our New Cover: Next up for Silicon Valley: Solving death