A month after Prigozhin’s suspicious death, the Kremlin is silent

Why Yevgeny Prigozhin’s private jet plummeted into a field northwest of Moscow is still a mystery. The Russian military leaders he tried to oust with his armed rebellion

Why was Putin asked to stay away of BRICS summit?

Vladimir Putin will be the odd one out when leaders from the BRICS economic bloc of Brazil, Russia, India, China and South Africa meet in Johannesburg this week.

A raid on a Kansas newspaper likely broke the law. But which one?

A central Kansas police chief was not only on legally shaky ground when he ordered the raid of a weekly newspaper, experts said, but it may have been

Fiction writers fear the rise of AI, but also see it as a story to tell

For a vast number of book writers, artificial intelligence is a threat to their livelihood and the very idea of creativity. More than 10,000 of them endorsed an

COVID-19 took a toll on heart health: how to help?

Well into the pandemic’s fourth year, how profound a toll COVID-19 has taken on heart health is only starting to emerge. “We are seeing effects on the

Gas prices rising on extreme heat, oil production cuts

Drivers are in for another headache at the pump as U.S. gas prices continue to rise. The national average for gas prices stood at about $3.78 a

The global implications of a US debt default

A potential U.S. debt default would have significant global ramifications, extending beyond the borders of the United States. The consequences would be far-reaching, impacting various sectors and countries worldwide.

What lies ahead  for Thailand?

Thailand’s opposition racked up a stunning majority of the 500 seats at stake in the race for the House of Representatives, dealing a major blow to the establishment

Yet another case of mishandling classified documents and alleged violations of the Espionage Act

The stunning arrest of 21-year-old Massachusetts Air National Guardsman Jack Teixeira on charges of illegally sharing U.S. intelligence has once again renewed questions on the handling of classified

The youngest school shooters in US history

Barely a week into the new year, a 6-year-old boy shot his teacher at Richneck Elementary School in Newport News, Virginia, becoming one of the youngest school shooters

Why winter solstice matters around the world: 4 essential reads

If you’ve already spend hours shoveling snow this year, you may be dismayed to realize that technically, it’s not yet winter. According to the astronomical definition, the season

Toilets spew invisible aerosol plumes with every flush

Every time you flush a toilet, it releases plumes of tiny water droplets into the air around you. These droplets, called aerosol plumes, can spread pathogens from human

Air pollution harms the brain and mental health, too

People who breathe polluted air experience changes within the brain regions that control emotions, and as a result, they may be more likely to develop anxiety and depression

Where’s Putin? Leader leaves bad news on Ukraine to others

When Russia’s top military brass announced in a televised appearance that they were pulling troops out of the key city of Kherson in southern Ukraine, one man missing

Why Pope Francis chose to highlight religious freedom during his visit to Kazakhstan

Pope Francis spent three days in Kazakhstan, starting Sept. 13, 2022, to attend the Seventh Congress of World and Traditional Religions. The pope met with religious leaders, called

6 ways to keep kids’ school skills sharp over the summer

Over the summer, students typically lose the equivalent of about a month’s worth of learning, mostly in the areas of math facts and spelling. Research has also found

James Webb Space Telescope: An astronomer explains the stunning, newly released first images

The James Webb Space Telescope team has released the first science-quality images from the new telescope. In them are the oldest galaxies ever seen by human eyes, evidence

Pandemic’s impacts on how people live and work may change city centers for decades to come

If companies allowed more of their employees to permanently work from home, businesses would gravitate toward city centers, while people would primarily live in the periphery, resulting in

Millennial Money: 4 items for your midyear money checklist

A lot can happen in six months. That’s why, as we close out the first half of the year, it makes sense to check in on your financial

At last, COVID-19 shots for little kids – 5 essential reads

For many parents of kids under age 5, a safe and effective COVID-19 vaccine could not come soon enough. A full year and a half after shots first

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