As mass shootings rise, experts say high-capacity magazines should be the focus

Limiting the number of bullets in gun magazines won’t stop mass attacks, but it could bring down their death tolls, experts say. The odds that Congress or state legislatures will act still appear relatively remote.

Two mass murders a world apart share a theme: ‘Ecofascism’

Mainstream environmental groups fear that white supremacists, some of whom have adopted the argument that human population growth is a primary driver of the environmental crisis, are using green messages to lure young people to embrace racist, nativist agendas.

Leaked memo says Britain faces economic, social chaos if it goes through with a ‘no-deal Brexit’

Rising food and social care prices and severe delays in medical supplies are among the consequences predicted in classified government documents.

We mapped where our water supply is most strained

Areas in several states are draining their limited water supply. It is in those places that droughts can be dangerous, one scientist said, “because you’re already using most of what you have.”

The quantum revolution is coming, and Chinese scientists are at the forefront

China’s formidable investment in quantum technology, which could transform information processing and confer big economic and national-security advantages to nations that dominate it, is helping it catch up with Western research and, in a few areas, pull ahead.
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