Elizabeth Gamble

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US believed FBI mole passed secrets to IRA in Thatcher murder plot, files reveal

The US government suspected that a mole inside the FBI was passing secrets to Irish republican militants who repeatedly plotted to assassinate Margaret Thatcher in the 1980s and 90s, files released to the Guardian showed on Monday.<p>A series of investigations by federal agents into alleged plots to …

5 Modern Magazines to Celebrate Art Basel in Miami Beach

Jenn de la Vega / December 3, 2014<p>Art Basel showcases new contemporary artwork with galleries and performance art in Basel, Hong Kong and Miami …

The Week in Review: Women Take Center Stage

“We are having a moment,” Barnard College President Debora Spar told The New York Times. “Young women are identifying as feminist at levels and in …

Civil Rights

The Week in Review: A Space Milestone

In the 10 a.m. EST hour on Wednesday morning, a space traveler called the Philae detached from the Rosetta spacecraft and landed on Comet 67P.“We are …

Space

The world's smallest sculptures - in pictures

Jonty Hurwitz, co-founder of Wonga.com, has created nanosculptures of human forms that are invisible to the naked eye and can only be viewed on the screen of a powerful scanning electron microscope

Escaping Boko Haram: How three Nigeria girls found safety

<b>For six months the world has waited for news of the fate of more than 200 girls abducted by Nigerian militant group Boko Haram. As the Nigerian government insists a deal to release the "Chibok girls" is being negotiated, three girls who escaped their captors have told their story to BBC Hausa.</b><p>Lami, …

Solutions to Martin Gardner's best mathematical puzzles

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Pictures of the Week 10.9.14

Eid al-Adha

After Humanity Has Been Destroyed, Robots Keep Fighting Our Final War

War manages to outlive humanity in this frightening short film. Even after humans have gone extinct, our automated war machines keep on fighting, …

ISIS Is Now Bragging About Enslaving Women and Children

In its English-language magazine, the organization issues a religious justification for its treatment of the Yazidis.<p>In the newest issue of <i>Dabiq</i>, the English-language magazine published by ISIS, the extremist group for the first time confirmed and justified the capturing, enslaving, and selling of …

Dallas nurse infected with Ebola identified

Health officials scrambled to learn how a Dallas health care worker caught Ebola at a Texas hospital where she had cared for a man who died from the deadly virus.<p>The woman was identified Monday as nurse Nina Pham, her family confirmed.<p>Pham, 26, became infected while treating Thomas Eric Duncan, the …

Brian Cox's Human Universe presents a fatally flawed view of evolution

Humans do not stand at the top of a ladder of creation, above the apes and below the angels, superior to all other species<p>When I watched the first episode of Human Universe, a televisual emission on the BBC presented by the ever-lovely Professor Brian Cox, I held my breath. I am usually allergic to …

America's Underdog Fusion Experiment Is Closing In on the Nuclear Future

Sandia Labs' Z-Machine is one step closer to delivering commercial fusion.<p>The fusion-chasing Z-Machine has to be the most sci-fi-looking experiment in a field of research that's so often regarded as just that: science-fiction. Nonetheless, researchers working on the Z-Machine experiment, based at …

In pictures: The Army Photographic Award winners

<b>The best of the Army's professional and amateur photography from the past year was recognised today at the Army Photographic Awards at army HQ, Andover.</b><p>The competition was open to all army personnel and entries captured soldiers at work and play around the world.<p>Winner of the professional portfolio …

Military

Nobel Prize in chemistry honors scientists who saw beyond the limits of light

Three researchers share $1.1 million award for their work in developing nanoscopy<p>Drs. Eric Betzig, Stefan Hell, and William Moerner have been awarded the Nobel Prize in chemistry for their work in developing nanoscopy and transcending the limits of optical microscopes. The three scientists will …