At least 241 dead in Italy quake as crews frantically search for survivors
Rescue crews aided by sniffer dogs dug through crumbled homes in Italy Thursday looking for earthquake survivors as the death toll topped 241 and officials anguished over how to secure their ancient towns and modern cities from the country's highly ...
Italy earthquake: Aftershocks hamper rescue efforts
Aftershocks shake central Italy after earthquake that killed 250
Death toll in Italy earthquake rises to 241
In Stunning Reversal, Trump Suggests He'd 'Work With' Immigrants In US Illegally
After signaling that his position on immigration is "to be determined" and that it could "soften," Donald Trump did an amazing thing — what amounts to almost a full about-face on the principal issue that has driven his campaign. Trump indicated in a ...
Five reasons the Trump campaign is in deep trouble
Trump's allies squirm on immigration shift
Poll finds rejection of many of Trump's views on immigration
U.S. News & World Report
Iran Intercepts U.S. Warship in Strait of Hormuz
U.S. News & World Report
The U.S.S. Nitze in New York harbor in 2006. Iranian boats reportedly harassed the U.S. Navy warship near the Persian Gulf on Wednesday. (Spencer Platt/Getty Images). Iranian Revolutionary Guard ships conducted a "high-speed intercept" of a U.S. ...
Iranian vessels conduct high-speed intercept of US destroyer
Iran defends actions after its ships conduct 'intercept' of USS Nitze
Watch: Iranian Attack-Boats Swarm US Destroyer
EpiPens are my armor against disaster. They shouldn't be priced like a luxury.
The last time I refilled my EpiPen, in November, I paid $365.63 out of pocket for two auto-injectors. I looked that number up Thursday morning after the news broke that Mylan, the company that makes EpiPens, is bowing to public pressure and will start ...
Mylan isn't alone: 11 drugmakers with off-the-charts pricing power
Mylan will help more patients pay for its EpiPen. Here's why that's bad news for healthcare
The maker of the EpiPen is playing another dirty trick right from Martin Shkreli's book
University of Chicago: 'We Do Not Support Trigger Warnings'
In their acceptance letter, the incoming class at the University of Chicago were given a strong mandate by the institution they have elected to join: “Members of our community are encouraged to speak, write, listen, challenge and learn, without fear of ...
The University of Chicago Tells Class of 2020 It Does Not Support 'Trigger Warnings,' 'Safe Spaces'
Dean Warns Freshmen That University Of Chicago Values Academic Freedom
University of Chicago Tells Students Not to Expect 'Trigger Warnings' or Safe Spaces
The New Yorker
After a Hundred Years of the Park Service, What's Next?
The New Yorker
Today, as the National Park Service celebrates its centennial, the place of science in the agency seems assured. Credit Photograph by Kathryn Diehm / Getty. In the late summer of 1928, Stephen Mather, the first director of the National Park Service ...
Corporate Sponsors at Yosemite? The Case Against Privatizing National Parks
National parks superfans are on a quest to see all 413 sites
The National Park Service celebrates its 100th anniversary
5 things to know about French burkini bans
The French Riviera resort Cannes was the first to temporarily ban the burkini — full-body swimwear Muslim women wear at public beaches and pools — on July 28, in the wake of multiple terrorist attacks in France by Muslim extremists. Since then, 14 ...
France's burkini bans justifiable security measures or Islamophobia?
France's highest court to rule Friday on burkini ban
The Serious Purpose Behind France's Silly Burkini Ban
Uber Loses at Least $1.2 Billion in First Half of 2016
The ride-hailing giant Uber Technologies Inc. is not a public company, but every three months, dozens of shareholders get on a conference call to hear the latest details on its business performance from its head of finance, Gautam Gupta. On Friday ...
Did Uber just burst the sharing economy bubble?
The Real Reason Uber Abandoned China
Why Uber Is Losing Money Faster Than Any Tech Company Ever
Students, police recount harrowing scenes in Afghan university attack
Mohammed Naser heard the bomb go off and ran to his second-floor classroom window, just in time to see the cinderblock garden wall blow apart. The lights went out and students rushed for the stairway, but someone said gunmen had entered the first floor.
Kabul university attack: 13 killed as gunmen open fire on campus
American University of Afghanistan Attack: 14 Killed in Kabul
At least 13 killed, 36 wounded in attack on American University in Afghanistan