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Triumph of the tyrant?
Has Bashar Assad won his war against his own country, amid new allegations that his regime has systematically tortured people to death by the thousands? Rasha Elass reports from Damascus.
A world of suspects in huge hacking case
Who’s really behind the Target attack? Among the supposed culprits are a Russian teenager, a Ukrainian and two Mexicans. Ryan Neal finds that while the worst hacking crime in U.S. history remains unsolved, speculation is rampant.
The adman’s championship game
Since the first Super Bowl, TV advertisers have lived for the big game, and their high-priced, high-profile spots have launched many cutting-edge campaigns. Over the years, the best spots have ranged from silly sendups to micro-art films to video bites clearly conceived to go viral. Luke Villapaz looks at the best ads prior to XLVIII.
Bitcoin comes to Wall Street's doorstep
The first New York City bitcoin office opens, providing a window into the changing world of global currency. Cameron Fuller is there.
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