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There Will Be Blood! Get Over It

Women around the world are changing laws, mores and technology to make menstruation safer, cheaper and more a part of everyday life, after centuries of silence.

A Bridge to Maher

The host of Real Time With Bill Maher has repeatedly told us the sky was falling, and the events of August have sort of proved him right

Peru and Other Menaces

Before panicking, people should remember the witticism that the stock market has predicted nine of the last three recessions.

Countdown to a Showdown: Part II

Congressman Robert Andrews, a Democrat from New Jersey, and Mark Steven Kirk, a Republican from Illinois, made a proposal on the floor of the House last June that, as far as I can tell, sank without a trace.

Practical Applications

Each year, 1,400 high-school students from more than 40 countries are invited to compete in the prestigious Intel International Science and Engineering Fair (Intel ISEF), the world's largest precollege science contest.


For nearly two decades Njoroge Kimani, a farmer in rural Kenya, irrigated his one-tenth-hectare plot the hard way: with a bucket in each hand. It was backbreaking work.

An Aids Drug-Price War

People infected with the HIV virus can stay alive indefinitely, but only if they can afford drug treatments that cost $10,000 to $15,000 a year in the United States.