They weren’t the first mass-shooting victims the Florida radiologist saw—but their wounds were radically different. As I opened the CT scan last week to read the next case, I was baffled. The history read
How demanding female sexual pleasure makes us all better at understanding consent. “How do you know what you want to say ‘yes’ or ‘no’ to in bed?” The first time I heard the question, it caught me by I
Congress is barreling toward a government shutdown deadline. Barreling toward a government shutdown deadline, Congress left for the night Thursday without knowing how it would keep government by midnight
The government officially shut down Friday at midnight, but the House and Senate are still in session this weekend. With the government shutdown finishing its second day on Sunday, the Senate will take
Allegations against the comedian are proof that women are angry, temporarily powerful—and very, very dangerous. Sexual mores in the West have changed so rapidly over the past 100 years that by the time
President Trump ignited an uproar when he referred to Haiti and African nations as “shithole countries” in a meeting last week. But as shocking as the remarks were, they shouldn’t have been surprising.
In 1936, Charles Lindbergh arrived in Berlin to inspect the Luftwaffe. The visit had been arranged by Truman Smith, an ingenious intelligence officer who knew that Herman Göring, the Nazi air marshal,
Here's everything you need to know about blockchains, the ground-breaking tech that could be as disruptive as the internet
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The existence of extremists like Tony Hovater doesn’t require extraordinary explanations—they stand in a long American tradition. In 1963, Air Force Captain Ed Dwight was assigned as the deputy for flight
When industrial fertilizer replaced dung heaps, its spoils helped fund the spread of plastics. An Object Lesson. In 1915, William Carlos Williams published a poem about dog waste. When industrial fertilizer
The latest biography of the “father of new conservatism” finally conveys the full range of his accomplishments. Never has the United States elected a more accomplished man to the presidency than Herbert
Could a real plan to succeed Zimbabwe’s nonagenarian ruler emerge from his apparent ouster? Robert Mugabe, the only head of state that Zimbabwe has ever known in its 37-year existence, is this morning
It’s precisely the beliefs of Latter-day Saints that critics dismiss as strange which produce the behaviors those same critics often applaud. “What the Mormons do, seems to be excellent,” according to