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COVER STORY/TIMES PAST
1933: Hitler's Rise
Hitler came to power in Germany 75 years ago. How did a democracy become the most brutal dictatorship and war machine in history?
The Great Firewall
China's government is trying to police the Internet, but users are fighting back, at great personal risk.
A writer and filmmaker in Nairobi on his nation's descent into chaos and the impact on his family
Wal-Mart tries to improve its image by tackling problems Washington hasn't been able to solve.
The Bottom Line on (RED)
How much of what you spend on (RED) products actually goes to charity?
NEWS & TRENDS
Double-dipping dangers, Facebook's sticky web, plastic bag backlash, and more
Should "don't ask, don't tell" be scrapped?
If Hillary Clinton wins, it means 24 (or 28) years of a Bush or a Clinton in the White House. Does it matter?
Some lighter looks at what's in the news