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Whole Town for Sale

It’s called “The Town That Garbage Built,” and for just $1.5 million, it could be all yours!

News Bytes 03/24/2017 2
Snake on a Plane

Anna McConnaughy was flying to Anchorage, Alaska.

News Bytes 03/24/2017 6
Judge Neil Gorsuch Hearings

This week, the U.S. Senate began hearings on President Donald Trump’s choice to fill a vacant Supreme Court seat.

News Bytes 03/23/2017 12
Sentenced to Shakespeare

For some juvenile offenders in Lenox, Massachusetts, this sentence may be as bad as time behind bars.

News Bytes 03/22/2017 9
U.S. Bars Electronics in Carry-Ons

The U.S. government has instituted a new ban on flights into the country.

News Bytes 03/22/2017 13
Nigerian Slum Razing

Security forces used gunfire and tear gas on thousands of people in a Nigerian slum.

News Bytes 03/21/2017 9
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Explain IT 03/01/2017
San Francisco’s Leaning Tower

A posh, high-rise apartment building has earned a not-so-desirable nickname: the Leaning Tower of San Francisco.

People Mover 03/01/2017
Persecution by the Tolerant

Myanmar is an overwhelmingly Buddhist nation. Buddhists claim to be deeply peace-loving.

Ka-Ching 03/01/2017
Beantown as Shoetown

Boston, Massachusetts.

Globe Trek 03/01/2017
Asia’s Changing Diet

Asia is making strides in taming hunger and famine.

Taste Test 03/01/2017
Shaping Sound

Music is an art form. But achieving the best conditions for enjoying music involves both art and science—lots of science!

Mud Room 03/01/2017
Lint Pickers of Carlsbad Caverns

The volunteers in the Big Room at Carlsbad Caverns National Park in New Mexico aren’t looking up at the magnificent formations.

Pop Smart 03/01/2017
Squirrel Girl

Some call her the Squirrel Whisperer. Others go with Squirrel Girl. Either name suits Mary Krupa just fine.

Time Traveler 03/01/2017
The Battle of Atlanta Rolls On

How do you move a six-ton painting? Carefully! . . . and with a very big crane.

Pie in the Sky 03/01/2017
Designing a Fake Spacesuit

The last thing astronauts need is a spacesuit that doesn’t fit. Never fear, Mars-bound earthlings!

Law N' Order 03/01/2017
Who Can Claim Looted Art?

Lilly Cassirer and her husband were a Jewish couple living in Germany before the Holocaust.

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