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Duel in the Sun

Tangled government regulations are keeping Americans in the dark about how best to protect themselves from cancer-causing UV light

Duel in the Sun

Tangled government regulations are keeping Americans in the dark about how best to protect themselves from cancer-causing UV light

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SKIN DEEP An illustration of stage 1 malignant melanoma, meaning the cancer hasn’t spread to the lymph nodes or other parts of the body.
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ASSASSIN'S CREED: ISRAEL'S SECRET WAR ON HITLER'S SCIENTISTS Since World War II, Israel has used assassinations and targeted killings on more people than any other country in the Western world. In many cases, it's leaders believed that is was a necessary evil. However, Israel’s reliance on assassination as a military tool did not happen by chance. It stems from the roots of the Zionist movement, from the trauma of the Holocaust and from the sense among Israelis, that the country is perpetually in danger of annihilation. With Israel being such a small country, that Arab states have long talked of and attempted to destroy, the nation has developed a highly effective military and, arguably, the best intelligence community in the world. It has also developed the most robust, streamlined assassination machine in history. The following reveals some of the early successes and failures of that machine.