Peter Boyer

Newsweek

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Special Correspondent for Newsweek; former staff writer for New Yorker magazine

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Once it's retired, the shuttle Endeavour will  go on display  at the California Science Center in downtown Los Angeles.

Endeavour's Last Ride, Giffords' Struggling Recovery

Once it's retired, the shuttle Endeavour will go on display at the California Science Center in downtown Los Angeles.

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Since she was  shot in the head  at a town meeting in Tucson, Democratic Congresswoman Gabrielle Giffords is said to have made dramatic progress, enough that she's been able to travel…

Gabby Giffords' Struggling Recovery

Since she was shot in the head at a town meeting in Tucson, Democratic Congresswoman Gabrielle Giffords is said to have made dramatic progress, enough that she's been able to travel…

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President Obama's director of the  National Institutes of Health  was approved by the Senate without objection, but is now cancelling stem cell research projects he approved, because a…

Stem Cells and the Politics of Science and Religion

President Obama's director of the National Institutes of Health was approved by the Senate without objection, but is now cancelling stem cell research projects he approved, because a…

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