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The places change, the numbers change, but the choice of weapon remains the same. In the United States, people who want to kill a lot of other people most often do it with guns.

  • Feb 14, 2018

More than 90 nations will compete for gold across 15 winter events in PyeongChang, South Korea. Will the United States come out on top this year?

  • Feb 9, 2018

Facial recognition is the new hot tech topic in China. Banks, airports, hotels and even public toilets are all trying to verify people’s identities by analyzing their faces. But the police and security state have been the most enthusiastic about embracing this new technology.

  • Jan 7, 2018

The wildfires that raced across California in 2017 caused historic levels of death and destruction.

  • Jan 4, 2018

What causes some men to harass and not others? For more than three decades, John Pryor has searched for an answer. A psychologist at Illinois State University, Pryor in 1987 developed the “Likelihood to Sexually Harass” scale. The test is now a cornerstone for research on sexual harassers.

  • Dec 22, 2017

The span between illegal gun purchase to criminal investigation has shortened every year since 2010. In just 12 weeks, one Glock 17 changed hands multiple times and was used to wreak havoc in Washington, D.C.

  • Nov 15, 2017

Outside San Diego, six construction companies have built eight border wall prototypes

  • Oct 31, 2017

How the island’s troubled finances, a weak electrical infrastructure and a Category 4 hurricane plunged 3.4 million people into an ongoing power blackout.

  • Oct 10, 2017

Los problemas financieros, una débil infraestructura eléctrica y un huracán de categoría 4 sumergieron a una isla de 3.4 millones de personas en un apagón continuo.

  • Oct 10, 2017
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