There’s this 400-year-old forensic test that scientists have long warned is unreliable when it comes to determining whether a baby was born dead or alive. So why is it still being used in many parts of Latin America?
After nearly 50 years, NASA plans to put someone on the moon. Is it worth it?
California voters legalized cannabis last decade. So why is the illegal market more successful than ever?
Guests who book vacation rentals through Airbnb often have no idea that they’re booking in a high-risk fire area. And the company provides no warning or escape plan if disaster strikes.
Street races. Street takeovers. Car enthusiasts in Los Angeles and beyond are holding events that are angering seemingly everyone else.
The country’s largest wind farm could help power California all the way from Wyoming. But first, it needs to get built.
Mexico’s president promised to reduce the country’s reliance on the military to fight its drug wars. He’s done the opposite.
Emmy nominee Melanie Lynskey discusses ‘Yellowjackets,’ her struggle with an eating disorder and why now is the right time for ferocious female characters. Plus: A brief visit from a special guest.
President Biden followed through on a campaign pledge to wipe out some student loan debt, a move that affects millions. Will it help the Democrats in the midterms?
Haitian refugees share stories about what happened when they reached the end of their perilous journey and made it to the U.S. border.
The United States left Afghanistan a year ago, and nearly 100,000 refugees followed. We hear some of their stories.
Serena Williams is retiring after the U.S. Open. We talk about why she isn’t just the greatest female tennis player of all time but one of the greatest athletes, period.
Emmy nominee Colman Domingo discusses his ‘Euphoria’ character Ali, the nature of forgiveness and how he first met Zendaya.