Take Two Evenings for July 17, 2013

Rolling Stone
The next issue of Rolling Stone isn't out until Friday, but already, it's stirring a lot of controversy. That's because of the cover story about alleged Boston bomber Dzohkhar Tsarnaev.
Markets Soar On Budget Deal OnFirst Trading Day Of 2013
Hedge funds gained a reputation as the place rich folks put their money to get even richer, but lately the funds have failed to live up to their promise.
Gamescom 2012 Gaming Convention
The U.S. government has now decided that some gamers may apply for a P1 visa, which was previously reserved for professional athletes.
Chevrolet Home Run Derby
Earlier this week, Cuban player Yoenis Cespedes took home the trophy for Major League Baseball's Home Run Derby. But a moment off the field was also in the spotlight ... when he was interviewed by ESPN reporter Pedro Gomez.
Badwater Ultra Marathon

Doubts cloud Death Valley’s 100-year heat record

One hundred years ago this month, Death Valley was the hottest place on Earth, 134 degrees. The temperature has never been topped but some climate experts doubt it was actually reached.
Spirit Rover on Mars

Caltech scientists find evidence of ocean on Mars

For a while now, scientists have assumed that it's likely that there were once rivers and lakes on the surface of Mars. Now new research from Caltech has added credence to the idea that there could have been a huge martian ocean as well.
Matsumoto Perfect Peach
For the past six decades, the Masumoto family has been growing peaches at their Central Valley farm. Now they've written a new book, "The Perfect Peach."
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