December 5, 2011

Business

TEARING APART AMERICA

International

American idiots

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Business

TEARING APART AMERICA

With 25 million out of work or underemployed, the U.S. is in the grips of a jobs depression, and it’s taking a devastating toll on society
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Society

This changes everything

Experiments show neutrinos moving faster than the speed of light. Was Einstein wrong about our universe, Nicholas Köhler asks.
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International

American idiots

Gaffes, mistakes, scandals and humiliation. How did the campaign for the Republican 2012 presidential nomination turn into such a joke?
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Interview

On the Warriors’ hardest season, playing through tragedy and learning to forgive

RICK GILSON has coached 57 football teams over the past 30 years. This season—his 25th as football coach of the Grande Prairie Composite Warriors, and his eighth as principal at the northwestern Alberta high school— began full of promise.
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National

A LOYAL SON, A RUTHLESS BROTHER

Like his father, Hamed Shafia believed nothing comes before family honour
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Society

Building a better city

The high cost of aging infrastructure inspires researchers seeking the longevity of the Parthenon
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International

WHAT TO DO ABOUT TEHRAN’S PUSH FOR NUKES?

The U.S. says all options are open—but it’s talking down military strikes
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This week

Newsmakers

The Natalie Wood case is reopened, Silvio sings a new song, and a baby girl for Bollywood’s first family
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MACLEAN'S BACK PAGES

L.A.'S UNLIKELIEST ANGEL

Jack Singer went to Hollywood to get Francis Ford Coppola’s autograph, and revitalized a studio instead
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Opinion

THIS ISN’T THE WAY TO PROTECT OUR CHILDREN

A VIRUS HITS American commanders-in-chief when on aircraft carriers. Think George W. Bush on the USS Abraham Lincoln declaring we “have prevailed” in front of the Mission Accomplished banner. Or the sombre Richard Nixon doing a mini jig of excitement on board the Hornet at the Apollo 11 splashdown.
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