Revisiting the Violent, Sometimes Wacky World of America's 1970s Radical

Revisiting the Violent, Sometimes Wacky World of America's 1970s Radical
Dr. Timothy Leary, right, and Black Panther Information Minister Eldridge Cleaver leave Algiers Airport in October 1970. Leary's earlier escape from prison and evasion of the FBI was aided by radical group the Weather Underground. Bryan Burrough's new …
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The World's 12 Spiciest Cuisines
In a companion piece, we categorized types of culinary hotness by the botanical specimens that produce the burn. Putting that knowledge to work, here are the 12 hottest cuisines on earth, with some suggestions as to what you should order to enjoy …
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A 250-Year-Old Clock Claimed A World Record (And Vindicated Its Maker)
Shortly before his death in 1776, eccentric British clock-maker John Harrison claimed to have designed the 'perfect' clock, one that would keep time flawlessly. His rivals and peers wrote it off as the boastings of a bitter, 80-year-old failure — but …
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