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Happy Birthday, Mr. Fish

It’s been a while since we’ve had new work by genius cartoonist Dwayne Booth on this page, but Fish has kept busy, and we want to take a moment to wish our old friend a happy name day.

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I Heart New York Designer Has a Logo for Global Warming—Make That ‘Dying’

Milton Glaser has designed a new logo for the climate change movement to go with a set of awareness-raising buttons and the social media hashtag “itsnotwarming.”

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Greg Palast: How Obama Could End Argentina’s Debt Crisis

“The ‘vulture’ financier now threatening to devour Argentina can be stopped dead by a simple note to the courts from Barack Obama,” investigative journalist Greg Palast writes Thursday at The Guardian. “But the president, while officially supporting Argentina, has not done this one thing that could save Buenos Aires from default.”

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1 Percent ‘Literally Rich Beyond Measure’

Wealth hidden by tax shelters and non-responses to questionnaires is so undercounted that “correcting for similar lapses in income data almost erases progress made from 1988 to 2008 in narrowing the gap between the world’s rich and poor,” Bloomberg contributor Jeanna Smialek reports that a body of research has found.

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Concern Spreads With Ebola Outbreak in Nigeria

Nigeria is looking like the next frontier for the Ebola outbreak that has Liberia on lockdown, after a man infected with the virulent virus flew to Lagos from Liberia before succumbing to the disease late last month.

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Hijacking Cellphones Isn’t Nearly As Hard as It Should Be

Hacking into cellphones, or staging a hostile takeover, doesn’t require a lot of fancy tricks or even that many steps, according to two experts who sounded the alarm Wednesday at a security conference in Las Vegas.

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Edward Snowden Can Stay in Russia for 3 More Years

The Russian government gave the NSA whistle-blower permission to stay in the country for three more years, as well as the ability to travel abroad for three-month stints.

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Gaza Psychologist Becomes Trauma Victim, Tragically Losing 6 Close Relatives in Recent Attack

“You are,” Dr. Hassan al-Zeyada says, “like a prison doctor treating a victim of torture, making the prisoner healthy to be interrogated and tortured again.”

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Rosetta: Europe’s Billion-Euro Experiment Makes Comet Contact

After traveling for more than 10 years and further than 6.4 billion kilometers, the European Space Agency’s Rosetta spacecraft has arrived at its destination.

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The West African Food Staple That Isn’t Helping the Ebola Crisis

Where food is scarce, creative measures are taken for the sake of survival, and that’s why bush meat persists as a source of sustenance in African countries vulnerable to the Ebola virus.

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