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Mandë Holford collects the snails with salad tongs and scuba gloves. Back in her lab, she studies their venom for compounds that could treat everything... [Read More]
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The fast retreat of glaciers and polar ice is sobering, if not terrifying, in what it implies for the future of life here on Earth. [Read More]
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The Founding Fathers clearly thought the Second Amendment protected a critical freedom. But why? [Read More]
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In this special edition of The World we explore gun culture around the globe. From Yemen and El Salvador, two countries where guns are a... [Read More]
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They went to a shooting range together to better understand each other's point of view. [Read More]
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Coffee waste could soon begin powering some of London's buses — even the iconic double-deckers. [Read More]
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The US and European economies are so interconnected that if trade relationships falter, the effects could be catastrophic. [Read More]
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No place in America feels safe from gun violence these days — not even the pews in a small-town Texas church. So, how are people... [Read More]
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Sexual assault in the tomato fields in Florida was rampant. Now, it's not. And farmworkers believe other women can learn from them about how to... [Read More]
Artificial intelligence can now crack CAPTCHAs, and the implications go far beyond our Internet surfing. [Read More]
Researchers say America's gun culture doesn't compare to anywhere else in the world. We went to Yemen, El Salvador and Norway to talk about gun... [Read More]
Why does the US have so many mass shootings. A criminologist turned to data science for an answer, comparing the US with 170 other countries. [Read More]
Zimbabwean President Robert Mugabe attended a university graduation ceremony Friday, making a defiant first public appearance since the military takeover that appeared to signal the... [Read More]
As the list of powerful men accused of sexual harassment grows, a group of women have managed to stop harassment in the tomato fields of... [Read More]
How campy 80s sci-fi and a surrealist Mexican film inspired "Thor: Ragnarok." [Read More]
Poet/Sociologist/Educator/Tweeter Eve Ewing talks about poetry, Afrofuturism, hip hop, and social media. [Read More]
The US Fish and Wildlife Service says the trophy imports "will enhance the survival of the species in the wild." [Read More]
Somalia is known as a land of poets. But what happens when Somalis are forced to flee their homeland, and settle here in the US... [Read More]
Kaspersky has come under fire, accused of providing back-door access to the Russian government. But the company is firing back. [Read More]
As ethnic Druze in Syria are caught in a flashpoint on the edge of the country's six-year civil war, their neighbors and relatives across the... [Read More]
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