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What To Do Now That The Heartbleed Bug Exposed The Internet

As companies scramble to patch a bug that exposed much of the Internet for two years, you can protect yourself by practicing some good Web hygiene.

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Medicare Pulls Back The Curtain On How Much It Pays Doctors

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A pro-Russian activist speaks at the Security Services building, which was seized in Luhansk, eastern Ukraine. The standoff is one of three taking place in the region, and Luhansk is considered particularly volatile because the Security Services building contains many weapons. Igor Golovniov/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Ukrainian Protesters Seize Weapons, Raising The Stakes

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Ritually slaughtered lamb is delivered at a halal butcher shop in The Hague, Netherlands, in 2011. Denmark, Sweden and Norway are among the countries requiring animals to be stunned before slaughter. Dutch lawmakers took up the issue in 2012. Peter Dejong/AP hide caption

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Banning Traditional Animal Slaughter, Denmark Stokes Religous Ire

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Microbiologist Nof Atamna-Ismaeel took the top prize in the fourth season of Israeli reality cooking show Master Chef. Courtesy of Channel 2 hide caption

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Arab Israeli Celebrity Chef Aims To Foster Peace Through Cooking

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What To Do Now That The Heartbleed Bug Exposed The Internet

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Will we save and treasure hard drives like we did our grandparents' letters? What happens when we can't read them anymore? Ali Eminov/Flickr hide caption

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The New Age: Leaving Behind Everything, Or Nothing At All

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