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Meet Bob Menendez

Senator Bob Menendez, an Iran hawk, Iraq dove, pro-immigration, pro-embargo Cuban American, will most likely be the next chair of the Foreign Relations...

World

Chvez Wins, but His Power Is Slipping 1 | VENEZUELA Although socialist President Hugo Chvez routed his centrist challenger, Henrique Capriles Radonski, 55% to...

Taste Invaders

One of the biggest threats to endangered species isn't hunting or climate change or pollution. It's other animals--specifically, invasive species that overrun...

Frog Juice: Horse Racing’s New Doping Scandal

More than 30 horses have now tested positive for an illegal performance-enhancing substance that makes even the grossest doping scandal of human athletes pale in...

Feeding the Planet Without Destroying It

Climate change is the environmental problem that obsesses us, the one that's the focus of high-flying international summits and hardcore national politics. But...

Saving the Ends of the Earth

I could barely make out Steve Sanderson over the winds howling into the satellite phone. Sanderson, the head of the Wildlife Conservation Society (WCS), was...

The Future Of Oil

The waters of the Atlantic Ocean 180 miles east of Rio de Janeiro are a cobalt blue that appears bottomless. But it only seems that way. Some 7,000 ft. beneath...

Brazil’s Rousseff Goes to Washington

Brazilian President Dilma Rousseff is expected for her first official visit to Washington on Monday. Though the visit won’t include a basketball game, 19-gun...

Could the Wind Turbines of Chile Harm Blue Whales?

From a hill overlooking lush pastures on Chiloé Island in Chile, Gicella Saldivia and her family manage a small organic farm and restaurant. Bird-watchers arrive...

Why Is Your Boss Moving to Brazil?

When Isabel Moises moved from Lisbon to São Paulo last year to take an executive position with beer company Heineken, she was following the same path taken five...