Scientists Create Human-Animal Hybrid In Laboratory, Hope Breakthrough Will Save Lives
Trump’s Border Wall Will Cause Major Environmental Damage, New Calculations Show
This Week In History, Jan. 22 – 28
History of Hangover Cures: Bizarre Solutions to a Universal Problem
“Sex Strike” May Happen In Kenya To Make Men Vote
Rising Sea Levels To Disproportionately Affect U.S., Warns NOAA
Thousands Of Unknown Nazi “Killing Fields” Uncovered
When compiling research on Nazi camps and ghettos, historians uncovered eight times as many sites as they had expected.
Torture Likely To Be Reinstated By Trump’s Forthcoming Executive Order
Despite the contrary Senate testimony of his defense secretary, Trump believes that torture "absolutely works."
Pioneering Procedure Cures Infants’ Leukemia, Could Revolutionize Cancer Treatment
In a first-of-its-kind treatment, universal immune cells have cured two babies of leukemia.
8 Momentous Innovations Brought To You By Overlooked Female Inventors
From beer to dishwashers to Kevlar, these women's inventions have changed the way the world works.
5 Criminals Who Say That Fiction Inspired Their Crimes
From the "vampire killer" to the "Nut Cases," some people not only get the wrong ideas from fictional works, they then bring those ideas to life.