California is expected to begin easing sweeping water use and drought restrictions after an extraordinary winter of storms. But a fierce debate rages over whether the rules should become permanent.
President Trump has called NAFTA a “catastrophe” and threatened to impose a border tax on Mexican imports. How does that impact produce companies with operations on both sides of the border?
An article in this week’s New Yorker writes about youngsters who fell into a coma-like state in reaction to the news that their family may be deported. We interview the author.
The bodywide inflammation known as sepsis kills about 300,000 people in U.S. hospitals each year. Promising treatments have come and gone, warn skeptical doctors, who call for rigorous research.
The time has come to say goodbye to Dandelion, one of two yellow crayons in Crayola’s 24-count pack. It will go into retirement and the Crayola Hall of Fame.
The court granted prosecutors’ request to hold Park, who was removed from office earlier this month. A Seoul court issued the warrant early Friday local time, hours after she appeared for questioning.
The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences says there’ll be a few new safeguards following the Best Picture flub, including not allowing electronic devices backstage.
Scientists predicted that more than 1,000 babies would be born with the birth defect in Brazil last year. That never happened. Why?