April 11 Issue

Cover story U.S.
The rancorous disputes of the King siblings—most of them over lucrative licensing deals for their father's words and image—are rending family ties
Smoke Signals
In Focus

Smoke Signals

South Korean marine LVT-7 landing craft sail to shores through smoke screens during the U.S.-South Korea joint military exercises called Ssangyong, part of the Foal Eagle military exercises, in Pohang, South Korea, March 31, 2014.
Launch Slideshow 9 PHOTOS
Erika Brannock, who lost a leg in the Boston Marathon bombing, plans to stand up and cheer at the 118th marathon
New World
The first clinical trial of LSD in over 40 years points to a new way to treat anxiety
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