March 21 Issue

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The Only Thing Scarier Than Bio-Warfare is the Antidote
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Venezuela Street Protests Continue

Venezuela Street Protests Continue

An anti-government protester runs amidst tear gas launched by the police during a protest in Caracas March 12, 2014. Supporters and foes of Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro took to the streets of Caracas again on Wednesday a month after similar rival rallies brought the first bloodshed in a wave of unrest round the OPEC member nation. Red-clad sympathizers of Maduro's socialist government held a "march for peace" while opponents wearing white gathered to denounce alleged brutality by security forces during Venezuela's worst political troubles for a decade.
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When in Rome

Italy's new prime minister says he will push through one key reform every month. But can he perform miracles?

The Stream Is Over

Despite the billions in surcharges to pay for it, the telecom giants have decided they don’t want to bring broadband to the entire nation
New World

Hacking Your DNA

The next Edward Snowden may be a geneticist on a personal mission to protect the public from new violations of privacy

Dying to Get Out of Russia

Why Russian women are less likely to commit suicide than their male counterparts, who are the most self-destructive people on Earth
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