Republican Lawmaker Suggests Shipping Off Non-English-Speaking Kids To Save Money
Humans May Have A Better Sense Of Smell Than Dogs, New Research Shows
Huge Mystery Sea Creature Washes Ashore In Indonesia, Turns The Water Red
This Week In History, May 7 – 13
Listen To The Earliest Known Recording Of JFK, Uncovered By Harvard After 80 Years
Spring Once Again Brings Floating Corpses To The Surface In New York
Poignant Ellis Island Photos That Convey The Hope And Hardship Of Coming To America
We've always been a nation of immigrants.
New Device Invented By Six Female Undergrads Translates Text To Braille In Real Time
Tactile, the first invention of its kind to translate text to braille in real time, was created in 15 hours by six young women at MIT.
HIV Life Expectancy Now “Near Normal” Thanks To Medical Advances, New Study Shows
Young people on the latest HIV drugs can now expect to live almost as long as the average population thanks to advances in medicine.
Former Cop Fired For Not Shooting Suicidal Black Man Sues City
Officer Stephen Mader refused to shoot Ronald Williams — who was attempting suicide by cop — and was fired for it.
The Sabbath: An Ancient Holiday In The Modern World
How and why many of us still observe one of humanity's oldest rituals.