September 10, 2017 Archive September 2017

At last, air monitor set to test for lead near military open burn site

How fashion adapted to climate change — in the Little Ice Age

Books that teach manners

How flood insurance works: 6 questions answered

Are natural disasters part of God’s retribution?

Is the world ready for "Kurdexit"? Referendum among Iraqi Kurds has Middle East on edge

There will be blood: "Republicans have a binary choice: fight for President Trump, or die"

Joe Arpaio has been a world-class jerk a lot longer than you ever knew

Is NASA a science agency or a giant subsidy for aerospace corporations?

Right-wing media reacted to presidential disaster response very differently when Obama was president

Feeling a sense of belonging at work can spark innovation, wild ideas

Interview: Franklin Foer's "World Without Mind" describes how algorithms erode free will

Another thing disappearing from rural America: maternal care

A defense of Bill Maher (that still criticizes the heck out of him)

The top 10 sports plays of 2017 — Trump can't touch you here

Hurricane Irma has made landfall in Florida

Trump Inc: Inside the president's not-so-blind trust

Why more grandparents are raising their grandchildren

Another 9/11 anniversary: How do we find our way out of a 100-year war?

End of an era: Hillary Clinton announces she's "done with being a candidate"

Google, Trump, and the arrogance of power

The film "Motherland" explores life and birth and an exploding population crisis in a maternity ward that births 100 babies a day

Sheriff's office warns Floridians not to shoot guns at the hurricane

Missing from the new JFK files: Batch of CIA records on Lee Harvey Oswald

Caravaggio the criminal: How a life on the lam changed the Baroque painter's art

"American Horror Story: Cult" and 15 other wild onscreen takes on American history

Everything you need to know about parental controls

The dirt on "The Deuce," David Simon's next great HBO drama

"Residents at risk of dying from boredom": Ann Coulter downplays Hurricane Irma as Miami floods

"Who is Number One?" asks "The Prisoner" 50 years later

The world is facing a global sand crisis

The flight of Lola Catalina Lorenzo: In the Philippines, "comfort women" demand long-delayed justice

"It" pulls in $117 million, sets box office records

After 76 years of marriage, this adorable couple still lives like newlyweds

Ilana’s anorgasmia in “Broad City” season 4 will be the perfect analogy for white women’s relationship with Trump

Enough with the top 1 percent: The top 20 percent, the upper middle class, is hoarding the American dream

My Playboy Club education