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Less than 40 miles from the Grand Canyon, NASA has been testing what daily life on the moon might feel like, including the commute.
The death of Britain’s Queen Elizabeth II has set off a period of public mourning. But even as many lauded Elizabeth for her 70-year reign, for some — including those from Britain’s former colonies — it was a fresh reminder…
While written testimonies are common for gun permits across the country, requiring social media records is an added layer that has not been implemented in other places for the purposes of gun permitting.
In movies, books and other media, the image of the American dream often included a lush green lawn. But some homeowners are looking to save money and minimize their environmental impact.
A new report released by Texas A&M University details the consequences of extreme heat in Texas prisons, where a lack of air conditioning poses dangerous conditions for those incarcerated.
After leaving prison, the consequences of missing treatment fall on those formerly incarcerated individuals, since so few dental care resources are available, adding more expenses, more stress and more challenges to an already difficult transition to life outside.
After weeks of speculation, Elon Musk will buy social media platform Twitter for $44 billion, PBS NewsHour spoke to three experts in the fields of social media, communications and democracy about the purchase.
In 2015, an Arizona trial revealed countless stories of medical neglect within the state's prison facilities. But six years later, with no significant signs of improvement, a judge has reopened the case and is expected to make a decision this…
Since Biden pledged to name a Black woman to the Supreme Court, a few names have risen to the top of what court watchers describe as his short list.
For Fleetwood, who was named a 2021 MacArthur fellow, the project was originally a way to reflect on her family’s legacy and what she could do to highlight what she considers a great injustice to her community.
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