NY Times editorial board member Vikas Bajaj explains
$17 billion deal is a package driven by decreasing patient wait times, while holding VA leaders accountable
With aging elephants dwindling Woodland Park Zoo places three elephants in the same space to socialize and thrive
Chemotherapy is big business, but a Stanford program has set out to expensive, painful overtreatment of cancer
Vandalism and protests have taken place as the war with Israel and Gaza elevates tensions in America
Border Patrol agents arrest an average of more than 600 people a day along the Rio Grande
Director Rehad Desai explains the circumstances surrounding the killing of miners who were on strike
Chemotherapy is big business, but a Stanford program is offering an alternative to expensive, painful overtreatment
Derrick Pitts, chief astronomer at the Franklin Institute, explains the findings
Defense One technology editor Patrick Tucker discusses the investigation of the downed Malaysia Airlines Flight 17
Bolt of lightning hits the ocean sending an electrical current across the water, shocking swimmers and surfers
Since 2009 over 400 migrant bodies have been recovered along the Texas/Mexico border
A Cold War-era plane is outfitted with high-tech equipment to track melting glaciers in the Arctic.
Mohamed Ghumrawi, a Palestinian-American, and Sholom Neistein, a Jewish-American, are close friends despite the war
National advocate for immigration reform, Cesar Vargas discusses obstacles undocumented individuals face
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