Have get-tough-on-crime laws sent too many Americans to prison?
Two experts weigh in on the issue.
Scientists engineer a new beak for an injured toucan using a 3D printer
Drug-resistant bacteria are killing thousands of Americans every year. Can they be stopped?
After a half-century of hostilities, the U.S. and Cuba have renewed diplomatic ties. But they’re not quite ready to call each other friends.
Viking School, sorting ocean trash, a sneaker dream come true, and more
The U.S. has the world’s longest presidential elections. Why? And will it change?
Two hundred years ago, the eruption of Mount Tambora in present-day Indonesia wreaked havoc on the world.
Some lighter looks at the news
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