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The Daily Herald - - FRONT PAGE - — Mark Carl­son, Her­ald staff

Here, you re­ally can check

out any time you like: In a fur­ther sign of thaw­ing U.S.-Cuba re­la­tions, a ma­jor Amer­i­can hospi­tal­ity cor­po­ra­tion has be­gun man­ag­ing a Havana ho­tel that’s owned by the com­mu­nist na­tion’s mil­i­tary (Page A9).

It’s said to be much

more pleas­ant then the ex­tended-stay fa­cil­ity on Cuban soil that’s owned by the Amer­i­can mil­i­tary. Chan­nel-surf­ing the vast cul­tural waste­land: Newsday TV critic Verne Gay says the FX series “The Peo­ple vs. O.J. Simp­son: Amer­i­can Crime Story” is the best thing on TV so

far this year (Short Takes, Page B12).

Alas, we can only day­dream about how much more sat­is­fy­ing the show’s de­noue­ment would gave been had the jury re­turned a guilty ver­dict.

This means you: Stu­pid­ity is one of the great­est threats to Earth, physi­cist

Stephen Hawk­ing says (Page A8).

It oc­curs to us that when Stephen Hawk­ing talks about peo­ple less in­tel­li­gent than him­self, he’s ba­si­cally talk­ing about ev­ery­body on Earth. We’re doomed.

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