A by-the-numbers analysis of suicide terrorism.
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The discovery of two species suggests greater variety of the earliest mammaliaforms.
Carbon dioxide worries more Americans than global warming.
Reminded of their professional identity, bankers became more dishonest.
Finally, a dinosaur that swam.
Those who know medicine buy generics.
The 89 mummies at the Oriental Institute include 13 humans, four cats, and a monkey paw.
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A simple way to reduce wasteful government spending.