Bill Gates predicts we’ll end polio and cut child mortality in half. We asked 15 of the smartest people we know for their most out-there predictions. You don’t generally think of Bill and Melinda Gates
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Next step: Unscrambling It has often been said that you can't unscramble an egg. But you might be able to unboil one. When you boil an egg, the heat causes the proteins inside the egg white to tangle clump
Brazilian officials' promise to cut the flow of pollutants into the bay by 80 percent was a key part of the city's Olympic bid document and widely held up as among the most enduring legacies of the games.
This morning, much to the dismay of travel enthusiasts everywhere, SkyMall filed for bankruptcy. Not only did the in-flight catalog provide excellent reading material on board, but it introduced its readers
The president is shoring up ties with a wary eye on China. ABOARD AIR FORCE ONE—President Barack Obama wants the Chinese to be watching his plane land in New Delhi. He knows they are. Obama came into hoping
American Sniper has become one of those movie experiences that seems to grab people and transport them to one side of a debate or another, usually one that transcends the movie itself. We’ve covered it