Two doctors are using big data to find and share information
Writers Ann Patchett and Daniel Pink give their top recommendations of 2014.
Website that kept watch on D.C. homicides shuts down
The Airbus vanished from radar screens about 40 minutes after taking off from Indonesia.
WSJ's Carol Lee on US government and private sector fight against cyberextortion.
How a state’s choice on Medicaid expansion affects hospitals
Ukraine-Russia conflict doesn’t stop at the church door
Your family’s political fights don’t have to ruin Christmas
Builds literacy among the blind with a teen inventor’s low-cost Lego printer
The murder of two NYPD officers in Brooklyn exposed a rift between the mayor and NYPD.
Anthony Cordesman on the largest offensive operation carried out against ISIS so far.
How are Cuban-Americans responding to the diplomacy between the U.S. and Cuba?
Former Florida Gov. Jeb Bush announced that he is actively exploring a run for president.
Activist stunt disturbs Peru’s treasured archaeological site
Niels Lesniewski of Roll Call with insight on $1.1 trillion spending bill.
Hari Sreenivasan reads viewer comments to reports on student loans and teacher tenure.
Peruvians flocked to the capital to demand better protection for their lands and cultures.
Profane picture books make fun out of a parent’s pains
Talking to dogs isn’t so far-fetched: Researchers translate canine with computer science
Special correspondent Marcia Biggs profiles two young girls.
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