November 11, 2019 Archive November 2019

Why one philosopher believes dogs are the bridge between humanity and nature

Daylight saving time is bad for your health

For young people with psychosis, early intervention is crucial

The U.S. will soon dump many asylum seekers in Guatemala

Who fights our "forever wars"? Pulitzer-winner C.J. Chivers on the true cost of Iraq and Afghanistan

Indigenous people blocked Ecuador oil auction in growing fight to save Amazon

In “Watchmen,” just as in real life, feelings about Vietnam remain uncertain

Emperor Penguins could march to extinction if nations fail to halt climate change

Don Jr. storms out over far-right hecklers at event for his book about liberals "silencing" speech

Wrongfully convicted. 21 years in prison. Pardoned by Obama. Mr. Wash reflects on a remarkable life

Nikki Haley: Kelly and Tillerson tried to recruit me to undermine Trump to “save the country”

How deregulation kills people

Fox News contributor stuns host after naming purported whistleblower on live TV

New York Times columnist urges Democrats to "seize the center" — and drive away the left

Giuliani associate flips on Trump, says he threatened Ukraine to investigate Biden or lose aid

Battlefields around the world are finding new purpose as parks and refuges

Leaking the Guatánamo prisoner names: How and why a former Navy lawyer took such a huge risk

Mo Rocca on "Mobituaries," celebrity deaths and what we get wrong about Billy Carter

What internet search patterns can teach us about coping

Lights, camera, depression: Why does mental illness on TV rarely look like real life?