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In this issue:  Bombs at the Boston Marathon, the case
against sugar, and Total Body Resistance eXercise.

AskMen reports on the bombing at the Boston Marathon.

---Department of Defense---
National Defense says the new budget spells more uncertainty
for the DoD.  President Barack Obama sent to Congress a
proposed defense budget of $526.6 billion for fiscal year
2014.  That top line, however, ignores the fact that it
would be subject to a $52 billion sequester cut, as Congress
mandated in the Budget Control Act of 2011.

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Food Processing says the anti-sugar forces have turn their
attention from HFCS to fructose, even at the expense of
fruit consumption.
Food Processing says marketing and profiteering are trumping
science when it comes to GMOs.

National Defense says the advent of unmanned aerial vehicles
taking flight within U.S. national airspace could mean an
enormous economic windfall for aviation entrepreneurs and
the nation's economy.

Massive Open Online Courses are the subject of many recent
headlines.  Information Today says the issues cover
everything from the future of higher education to using
technology to deliver courses and textbooks on a global scale.
As it becomes more challenging to compete in a tough job
market, one way to stand out is with up-to-date knowledge
and skills.  Job Journal says continuing education is
becoming a necessity for workers and jobseekers looking for

AskMen is surprised that two straps suspended from a beam
overhead can generate such a diversity of exercises and
inflict a world of pain.  The TRX system (Total Body
Resistance eXercise) was developed by a Navy SEAL with
nothing but an old jiujitsu belt and parachute webbing he
hung from a door.