by Justin Salhani Aug 4, 2015
It might not be shocking to know that among the foreign forces that have trained Brazil’s military police squad has been trained by two of the U.S.’ most scandal-ridden police forces.
by Zack Ford Aug 4, 2015
In a study of college students, transgender respondents were significantly more likely to have been diagnosed with an eating disorder.
by Lauren C. Williams Aug 4, 2015
"They make it clear that the patent examiner doesn’t have to cite evidence that something isn’t patentable."
by Tara Culp-Ressler Aug 4, 2015
The Senate blocked an effort to defund Planned Parenthood, but the fight is far from over.
by Jessica Goldstein Aug 4, 2015
Talking to the masterminds behind the best new show of the summer.
by Esther Yu-Hsi Lee Aug 4, 2015
As more immigrant detainees get released, some privately owned prisons are starting to default on their debts.
by Emily Atkin Aug 4, 2015
The EPA's regulatory plan to fight climate change is final. The battle to repeal it has just begun.
by Alan Pyke Aug 4, 2015
If approved, Mayor Bill de Blasio's (D) new rule would require developers to give the city something back whenever it helps them make more money on a project.
by Jack Jenkins Aug 4, 2015
Can one event sum up the decline of the Religious Right?
by Beenish Ahmed Aug 3, 2015
The staggering sums paid by some individuals to hunt some of the world’s most endangered animals don't help to sustain local communities or promote conservation.