On the Wind River Indian Reservation in central Wyoming, there's not a single trained sexual assault nurse examiner. Northern Arapaho tribal member Millie Friday saw how devastating that lack could be
The Environmental Protection Agency was investigating an old mine near Silverton, Colo., earlier this month, when it accidentally released 3 million gallons of toxic waste water into the Animas River.
When parents lose a child, there are rituals to mark their grief — holding funerals, sitting shiva, bringing casseroles. But when that loss happens before birth, it often isn't marked. Sometimes, it's
What would you name a Norwegian small ship? Hurtigruten, which has been sailing along the coast of Norway for the last 120 years, wants to know. The company is asking folks to name its newest ship, which
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Author Notes: The additions of crème fraîche, semolina flour, and thick fruit slices are not what make this cake—which comes from The A.O.C. Cookbook by Suzanne Goin—special. No, its real signature is
Would you like a piece of cake right now? For Goodness Cake is here for you. Today: Forget the icebox. Turn your plums into caramel and turn that caramel into cake—your fruit will be safer that way. There
Part I of our coverage of Iceland's Eistnaflug metal festival: check out photos of fjords and festival-goers in the land of fire and ice. All photos by Grace Hollaender Each year, in the midst of the Icelandic
We build wheelchairs for paraplegics, prosthetic limbs for amputees, yet we ignore the biggest disability of all: death. Why don’t we design devices for the dead to communicate with? In an old San Francisco
Dr. Kendra Fleagle Gorlitsky recalls the anguish she felt performing CPR on elderly, terminally ill patients. It looks nothing like what we see on TV. In real life, ribs often break and few survive the
4 to 6 Servings At Pirelli's restaurant in Rome, chef Barbara Lynch ate what was, for her, the perfect carbonara: The sauce was bright yellow from fresh eggs, and each rigatoni hid cubes of fatty guanciale.
Nobody really likes to be graded. Especially when you don't get an A. Some organic farmers are protesting a new grading system for produce and flowers that's coming into force at Whole Foods. They say