Chinese Hacking, Prison's Poverty Trap, and 'The Feminine Mystique'

Esther Zuckerman

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Top Stories: A study is tying Chinese hacking attacks to the country's military

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World: Fragments of the meteor that fell in Russia are highly prized and can bring in good money. 

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Education: School districts are including academic pursuits in gym class curriculum

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New York: Hotels are coming to the Bronx, a destination not frequently known for its tourism

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Science: Social scientists believe that the U.S.'s tendency toward incarceration has led to a situation where social benefits are "far outweighed by the costs to those communities." 

Health: A test in which scientists "sequence all of a patient's genes, systematically searching for disease-causing mutations" is becoming more available and can "transform life for patients and families." 

Sports: The International Olympic Committee's decision to eliminate wrestling puts Northern Michigan University's program into jeopardy. 

Opinion: Frank Bruni on how the "blanket coverage of matters papal is deceptive, a function to some degree of habit and convenience." 

Books: Janet Maslin finally reads The Feminine Mystique for its 50th anniversary