Letter from the editor.
Prescription drugs: their use and abuse.
HEADS UP: REAL NEWS ABOUT DRUGS AND YOUR BODY
Raising the minimum wage.
Fat cats and dog pounds.
Obesity in pets
Numbers in the news.
News & TRENDS
When Dubai freezes over.
Mall of the Emirates, indoor ski resort
For kids in need, the gift of wheels.
Clayton Lillard - Interview
Noted & quoted.
Studying a 'strategic' language.
A scholarship with your name on it?
Supreme Court jesters.
Antonin Scalia, Supreme Court Justice with sense of humor
War's heavy toll.
Multiple minimums: Congress hasn't raised the federal minimum wage in years, but many states are increasing theirs.
Is the government listening? The expansion of domestic spying after 9/11 raises some thorny constitutional issues.
The 300 millionth American? Later this year, the U.S. population will reach a milestone. A look at how the nation has changed since we hit 200 million in 1967.
Mideast muddle: with Israel's Prime Minister disabled and Hamas the victor in Palestinian elections, what's next for the region?
Africa's child brides: forced by tradition to marry when they're as young as 10 or 11, girls in rural sub-Saharan Africa pay a lasting price.
1946: the iron curtain & the Cold War: after World War II, the United States and its Allies began a 40-year struggle to contain the spread of Soviet Communism.
Dragon slayers for hire: young people in China will play your favorite computer game for you, hour after hour--for a fee. In fact, it's becoming a booming business.
Should there be a federal shield law for journalists? Thirty-one states and the District of Columbia already protect the right of journalists to refuse to testify and identify their sources.
'Las tortugas son mis amigas'.
Student exchange programs
'No one, not even the president, is above the law'.
Helping kids like Abdul.
In dealing with athletes, playtime is over.
Comic - Cartoon