Daniel’s Recent Stories
World Apr 18Family of Nazi minister sues Random House over diary excerpts
The estate of the Nazi war criminal Joseph Goebbels is suing the publisher Random House over a book that used extensive excerpts from Goebbels' copyrighted diaries.
World Apr 12Family feud may threaten France’s far-right party
It's a tale of political melodrama -- long-simmering tensions between the father and daughter who lead France's insurgent far-right political movement threaten to escalate into a full-blown schism, threatening their party's ascendency.
Health Apr 128 things you didn’t know about Truvada
Truvada can be used for what is called "PrEP," short for "pre-exposure prophylaxis," the controversial practice of using antiretroviral drugs to prevent HIV infection.
Nation Apr 05Review calls disputed Rolling Stone campus rape story case of ‘journalistic failure’
An independent review of a Rolling Stone article about the alleged gang rape of a University of Virginia student has found the magazine failed in the “reporting, editing, editorial supervision and fact-checking” of the now-discredited story.
Politics Apr 04Pizzeria at center of culture war raises over $800k through crowdfunding
Memories Pizza in Walkerton, Indiana closed its doors this week after receiving a spate of threats in response to the owners' statements that they would not cater gay weddings. The controversy is part of a larger national discussion about religious…
Nation Mar 29Two bodies recovered from rubble of East Village fire
Rescue workers recovered two bodies from the wreckage of a fire in Manhattan's East Village neighborhood Sunday afternoon.
Health Mar 29Liberian officials urge abstinence for Ebola survivors
Liberian officials on Sunday urged Ebola survivors to observe a period of strict sexual abstinence after they recover from the deadly virus. The recommendation comes amid fears that Liberia's latest case of Ebola was the result of sexual transmission.
World Mar 28Costa Rica utilities burned no fossil fuel in first 75 days of 2015
Heavy rainfall in Costa Rica has caused a spike in hydroelectric production this year. Together with green energy from sources like geothermal, wind, solar and biomass, the power glut means the Central American country's energy utilities haven't needed to burn…
World Mar 22ISIS publishes online hit list of US service members
An online group that calls itself the Islamic State's "Hacking Division" has published profiles of 100 U.S. service members, including their names, photos and purported home addresses, encouraging its "brothers residing in America" to kill those named on the list.
World Mar 21After 28 days without a case, new Ebola patient confirmed in Liberia
Following weeks of rising optimism during which no one in Liberia was diagnosed with Ebola, health officials in the West African country announced Friday that a new patient had tested positive for the deadly virus.