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Top Stories: Super PACS are dominating the Republican race, raising more money than the official campaigns of the candidates they support. Poland is leading a wave of Eastern European countries facing up to their Communist past and holding former officials accountable.
Science: Already seeing declining numbers, koalas are being devastated by chlamydia, which makes females infertile and reduces the population further. Scientists claim they have grown a living plant from the fruit of an extinct arctic plant that was frozen in the ground for 32,000 years. As our eyes age, "less and less sunlight gets through the lens to reach key cells in the retina" which throws off our circadian rhythm and leads to other health problems in older people.
Books: The author of The American Way of Eating looks at how our food is made, by working undercover on farms, at Applebee's, and Wal-mart, at "the bottom rungs of the food industry." Former Senator Russ Feingold has a new book about the days following the September 11 attacks and how they changed the way the government works.