While the breakthrough has raised ethical concerns, we should also remember to celebrate advances in research.
The list includes at least 11 individuals working in President Donald Trump's administration.
The saber-rattling president has a gift for raising tensions around the world.
Trump lawyers did not comment when asked if profits from foreign governments have been donated, as promised, while Kuwait plans $60,000 party at Washington hotel.
A lack of diversity among photojournalists runs the danger of perpetuating clichés and crippling stereotypes, but the industry is slowly starting to address the problem.
Trudeau has been confronted with repeated questions from the opposition about his vacation in the Bahamas over the New Year's holiday.
If the Democrats refuse to play ball, the numbers become stark for the Republicans.
Instead of tackling issues, Trump has doubled down on his shameless self-promotion.
The Federal Election Commission has fined three "dark money" groups linked to the Kochs for failing to reveal the source of their funds.
A classic case study of the balancing act between the right to privacy and the public interest in disclosure.
Edward Snowden urged Americans not to change their Internet habits because of the NSA.
Analysis by Newsweek found that Twitter users tweeting the hashtag #GamerGate direct negative tweets at critics of the gaming world more than they do at the journalists whose coverage they supposedly want scrutinized.
The activism group's founder wants animal lovers to help her amend her will, since she's sending her liver to France.
Growing embryos in artificial wombs might be a widespread practice earlier than you think