A frank and sometimes funny report on modern purebred dogs and the status-seeking people who own them, dress them in mink, and send them to a canine psychiatrist when pampering gets them downBy McKenzie Porter16 min
If you think the U-2 affair was a bungle you may be right, but you’re wrong if you think this is new. The espionage trade has more boneheads than masterminds, and most of the secrets they expose are their ownBy CATHERINE JONES12 min
Live hundred Germans took over the prisoner-of-war camp at Bowmanville, Ont., and defied their guards to come and gel them. The result: a club-swinging brawl that lasted for three daysBy TERENCE ROBERTSON11 min
WASHINGTON—Why is the U.S. Senate subcommittee on internal security trying at this particular time to keel-haul one of the world's great scientists, Linus Pauling, for a petition he presented to the United Nations in January 1958? The petition, signed by 9,200 of Pauling's fellow scientists, pleaded for a ban on nuclear tests to prevent radioactive fallout from dooming mankind to a tragic increase in cancer, leukemia and congenital defects.By IAN SCLANDERS7 min
AT ITS REGINA CONVENTION this month, the grand old CCF party will perform the final rites in preparation for its wedding to the Canadian Labor Congress. Out of this marriage, following a ninemonth gestation period, at a founding convention next spring, will emerge the first new national Canadian political party in a quarter of a century.By Peter C. Newman6 min
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