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Friday, March 07, 2014

Jeff Skiba of the United States competes in the Men's High Jump- F44-46 final Athletics event at the National Stadium during day eight of the 2008 Paralympic Games on September 14, 2008 in Beijing. (Chris Hyde/Getty)

What Will Putin Do Next? | Who Really Benefits from Daylight Saving Time? | Reviews of the New Movie Releases | Bionic Limbs Blur the Lines Between Ability & Disability | History of the Paralympics and Superhuman Flow

What Will Putin Do Next?

As the crisis in Crimea continues to escalate, the threat of a new balkanization is fostering a sense of insecurity across the West. Rodger Baker, vice president of Asia-Pacific analy...

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Who Really Benefits from Daylight Saving Time?

Most Americans will "spring forward" this weekend and lose an hour to daylight saving time. But daylight saving is hardly standardized in the United States, much less the world. In fa...

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History of the Paralympics and Superhuman Flow

The 2014 Paralympic Winter Games begin Friday in Sochi, with athletes representing more than 45 nations. Though it wasn't always this way, today the games are as elite in the sporting...

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Bionic Limbs Blur the Lines of Disability

Everyone has something they'd like to change about their bodies. At the same time, science and medicine keep breaking new ground in improving how human bodies function. Technology con...

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Your Take: Signs of Spring!

Daylight saving time begins this Sunday, March 9 and as we turn the clocks forward, we want you to look forward too. What signs of spring are you seeing? Green shoots? What about the ...

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News Quiz | Week of March 07

Are you a newsie? Do you know what's happening from Washington to Hollywood to Pyongyang? Are you one of those people who always need to know? Do you listen to the news religiously, c...

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