Reuters FYI: Gold standards in and out of Sochi

January 22, 2014

A NASA combination photograph shows the surface of Mars in front of the Mars rover on December 26, 2013 (L) and on January 8, 2014. REUTERS/NASA/Handout via Reuters

When opportunity rocks

NASA’s rover discovered a bizarre, unexpected white rock on Mars.


Who’s going for the gold?

Deutsche Bank is selling its seat at the gold price setting table. Will anyone want it?


Opinion: The real future of U.S. manufacturing

High-tech jobs are important to cultivate but not a catch-all solution, Zachary Karabell argues.


Video: Harder, better, faster, stronger?

A new ketone-based sports drink claims to improve athletic performance.


Bison-shoot dispute: Yellowstone 1, ranchers 0

Park managers rile livestock owners by rejecting bison vaccinations.


Gallery: Sochi’s local residents, before the Olympics 

Reuters photographers captured images of the Circassins, Sochi’s indigenous people.

Circassian men talk at a tourist lodge in Golovinka, outside Sochi October 15, 2013. REUTERS/Thomas Peter



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C’mon guys. You know the Martians put it there.
Next, a can of dehydrated water!

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“Rover Discovers Crystal Meth on Mars”

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