September 16 Issue

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9/11-Related Cancer Is Surging

Some 400,000 people have been affected by cancer, disease and mental illnesses from the 9/11 attacks, according to data obtained exclusively by Newsweek.
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Welcome to Cuba

Santa Clara, Cuba—The first scheduled commercial flight between the United States and Cuba in more than 50 years brings U.S. government officials, reporters and regular travelers to the central city of Santa Clara on August 31 as part of the Obama administration’s restoration of ties with the Communist-ruled island. U.S. airlines have been lining up to offer flights to the capital city of Havana, as tourism and travel by Americans of Cuban descent is expected to surge.
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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.