February 18, 2020 Archive February 2020

How far would you go to save your favorite water bottle?

Study shows Deepwater Horizon oil spread much further than previously known

AI algorithms intended to root out welfare fraud often end up punishing the poor instead

For Israelis and Palestinians, a battle over a humble plant

Buried in mud: Wildfires threaten North American water supplies

New discovery: Madagascar’s bizarre aye-aye has six fingers on each hand

The war in questions: making sense of the age of carnage

George Conway blasts William Barr: There is "no one" to stop President Trump now

It’s time to bring wildlife policy into the 21st century

Buying the presidency

"Oligarch" Bloomberg airs ad attacking online vulgarity — and progressives strike back

U.S.: Don’t obsess about population size

Mainstream media pundits look to Mike Bloomberg as Democrats' anti-Bernie savior

Bill Barr, finally under fire: Will Trump's henchman survive a DOJ insurrection?

Graham threatens to make defense secretary's life "hell" over possible troop withdrawal: report

Rudy Giuliani keeps appearing on Fox News — despite network’s own warnings about "disinformation"

Federal probe of Lev Parnas inches closer to Trump attorney Rudy Giuliani: report

DOJ appears to have abandoned possible Deutsche Bank case involving Russian money laundering scandal

Emergency meeting of Federal Judges Association called after DOJ intervenes in Trump ally's case

If the Democrats nominate Mike Bloomberg, we're facing four more years of Trump

Agency saved by DeVos appears to have accredited a college with no students, faculty or classrooms

John Bolton says President Trump "wasted two years" trying to make a peace deal with North Korea

Was Trump's decision to pardon Eddie DeBartolo part of his strategy to win a second term?

President Trump pardons "junk bond king" Michael Milken — a friend of Steve Mnuchin

Harvey Weinstein lawyer scolded for "inappropriate" op-ed aimed at jurors

“Corruption fighter” Trump unleashes a torrent of pardons for rich guys convicted of corruption

"The Photograph" is more than just a romance – it's a much-needed picture of black excellence

Kickstarter's union victory signals a shift in how tech workers perceive their bosses