Your hands connect you to the world. During a virus outbreak, that’s not a good thing.
Guy Consolmagno watched his first solar eclipse on Monday. It’s a pretty big deal for this Jesuit priest who’s also the director of the Vatican Observatory.
Coal has deep roots in Appalachia and its local communities, but this way of life often comes with persistent water pollution. Now, with the recent overturn of the Stream Protection Rule, coal companies are under less pressure to control and clean up their environmental impact.
The truly scandalous aspect of the whole ordeal is that institutionalized sexism has become such a routine part of the game behind the game.
Dubai has become renowned for its thoroughbred breeding prowess. But that prowess was challenged recently when an investigation discovered steroid use among 11 horses that are owned by Dubai ruler and United Arab Emirates prime minister Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum.
Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum is the ruler of Dubai and the Prime Minister of the UAE. He's also one of the most powerful figures in global horse racing. But a doping scandal involving horses at his stable in the UK has rocked the sport.
Sen. Rand Paul spent 13 hours on a talking filibuster to stall the nomination of John Brennan to head up the CIA. With bipartisan concern over drone strikes aimed at Americans overseas, some are concerned drones could also be used on American soil in the future.