Scientists and government officials waged a concerted campaign to obtain funding from the alcohol industry for research that may enshrine alcohol as a part of a healthy diet.
Trump's policy rollout focuses on punishment for dealers and traffickers but doesn't propose new legislation to combat the crisis.
Invented centuries ago in France, the bidet has never taken off in the States. That might be changing.
In another timeline, some alternate city of San Francisco is filled with iconic structures by Frank Lloyd Wright, including his first skyscraper (designed for a prominent downtown location along Market Street) and the Butterfly Bridge, stretching across the water to Oakland.
Sunday-night chaos broke out on the world's most popular trivia app as players suspected the finalists in a $25,000 winner-takes-all game weren't playing fair.
The Economist interviewed dozens of teenagers who have only known life under Putin. Find out what they think about Russia and the world.
I laughed when I saw it, exactly as Grant Wood had depicted it. Now "the world's second most famous White House" was mine — for $250 a month.
The tweets could either be written by a very Photoshop-proficient 40-year-old federal employee or a 23-year-old liberal arts school graduate who listens to vaporwave and has been irony poisoned beyond recognition.
The hunter, who says the cougar got within 3 or 4 feet at one point, was able to scare it off for good after it came back for a second sniff later.
When Travis Kalanick led Uber down the dark path to paranoia, bro culture and classist rantings, we reacted by deleting the app. We didn't want to do business with that particular brand of company. Yet we sit idly by while Facebook sells us out and its management pummels and destroys all competition.