Every 10 years, the American government counts the people living in the United States.
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Over half a century after their infamous escape from Alcatraz, three former inmates are still missing. Authorities have no idea what became of the men. But some newly made 3-D reproductions from the jailbreak reveal that law enforcement is still on the case. Read More
Know a friend with an unusual prowl, prance, strut, or swagger? Turns out, everyone’s walk may be different. A new tool called “gait recognition” analyzes body shapes and movements. It can identify people by their strides—even when their faces are hidden. Read More
When a hammer-wielding thief tried to steal a piece of English history, an impromptu squad of law-abiding citizens—including two American tourists—worked to stop him. The clash inside Salisbury Cathedral shows that respect for the rule of law—and the ancient laws themselves—isn’t dead. Read More
What do Tofurky and elephants have in common? Not much. But both are names. Names help humans make sense of the world. At creation, God named night, day, heaven, Earth, and seas. But He allowed the first human to name Eden’s animals. (Genesis 2:20) Names have always carried meaning. Read More