If They Build It
Lectures are so old school; the Maker Movement is reinventing education
Horton Hears a Residual Check
A new collection of lost Dr. Seuss stories brings back some of his most beloved characters
Wikimedia Says When a Monkey Takes a Selfie, No One Owns It
Who owns the copyright of a monkey's self-portrait? Wikimedia says no one does, but lawyers and photographers disagree
Sweat-Powered Batteries? I'll Get Tatted Up
A temporary tattoo can both monitor a person's progress during exercise and produce power from their perspiration.
Israeli, Palestinian Teens Go to Peace Camp in Maine
At a camp called Seeds of Peace, Israelis and Palestinians are among the teens learning the power of dialogue
The Alzheimer's Cure That Worked on Mice
Bringing us closer to finding a cure for Alzheimer's, researchers at Yale School of Medicine have discovered a drug compound that reverses the effects of the disease in mice
The Perfect Amusement Park: Thrills, Chills, Spills and the Occasional Death
How Action Park came to be known as "Accident Park" & "Class-Action Park"
Suicide Risk May be Detected Via Blood Test
A blood test was 80 percent accurate in predicting a person's risk for suicide, in a study performed at the Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine
Footprint of Deepwater Oil Spill Bigger Than We Thought
The discovery of damaged coral far from the spill's epicenter signals widespread damage.
The Untimely Death of World Traveler Harry Devert
Harry Devert, a New Yorker murdered in Mexico at age 32, was a world traveler and celebrator of life
Safety Violations Alleged at McDonald's Meat Supplier
Food safety scandal surrounding McDonald's No. 1 meat supplier spreads stateside, as workers allege widespread violations at OSI's West Chicago plant as well
Discoveries & $650 Million Change Psychiatric Research
A paper reporting the discovery of 108 genetic links to schizophrenia is published on the same day that Ted Stanley donates $650 million to fund psychiatric research.
Leaked Report Blames Border Crisis on Rumors About Law
A leaked intel report prepared by the El Paso Intelligence Center (EPIC) may shed new light on what is driving the immigration crisis
Church of England Votes to Allow Women Bishops
The ruling General Synod of the Church of England overwhelmingly votes in favor of admitting female bishops into its ranks
15-Year-Old Shooting Survivor Lost her Family, Finds Solace in Harry Potter
15-year-old Cassidy Stay spoke on Saturday about the parents and siblings she lost last week, when her ex-uncle went on a shooting rampage in her home
GOP Split on Boehner's Lawsuit Against President Obama
Giving up on legislation for now, House GOP leader John Boehner is pushing a lawsuit against the president
Writer of Guide to Pamplona Among Gored at Bull Running
Hazard level rises to 70, as third bull running of San Fermin 2014 results in 2 gorings and 3 other severe injuries
Perry Spurns Obama Handshake, Gets a Meeting on Border
The president's overture comes as he's requesting money to deal with a humanitarian crisis on the border
The World's Biggest Flying Bird
Scientists have identified an ancient flying seabird with a 21-foot wingspan.