December 02 Issue


Can This Man Cure AIDS?

Dr. Louis Picker has a secret weapon to fight back against the growing AIDS epidemic—it involves herpes.
Crow: It’s What You Eat
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Crow: It’s What You Eat

Bedminster Township, New Jersey—President-elect Donald Trump flashes a thumbs-up as Mitt Romney, who was being considered for secretary of state, walks away from the Trump National Golf Club after they met for about 90 minutes on November 19. The two men traded bitter insults during Trump’s presidential campaign, with the former Massachusetts governor calling the billionaire a “con man.” Romney joined the parade of politicians and retired generals who traveled to the members-only golf club (initiation fee: $350,000) to genuflect before Trump as the president-elect filled out posts in his administration.
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