April 11 Issue

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A Muddy Grave
In Focus

A Muddy Grave

A rescuer stands on a flooded Highway 530 as search work continues in the mud and debris from a massive mudslide that struck Oso near Darrington, Washington March 27, 2014.
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Her Biggest Race

Erika Brannock, who lost a leg in the Boston Marathon bombing, plans to stand up and cheer at the 118th marathon
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Downtime

Ski Bamiyan

Can shushing make Afghanistan a tourist destination instead of a place not to get killed?
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Solitude’s Despair

Solitary confinement is a moral outrage, a living death that leaves inmates praying for the needle
Editor's Pick

The History Behind the Quidditch World Cup

Every year since 1473, according to the J.K. Rowling series, the wizards of the world have gathered to contest the Quidditch World Cup, the single most popular sporting event in the wizarding world—Gobstones championships notwithstanding.