Before joining Discovery News, I was a bit of a political junkie, as an intern for the ABC News Political Unit, an associate writer for National Journal's "The Hotline," and a Web producer for POLITICO.
A careless teenager and a little urine was enough for Portland to flush 38 million gallons of otherwise clean water.
The Mustang is nearly as potent a symbol of the United States and its values as the stars and stripes.
How did we get from sundials to multifunctional devices with heart-rate monitoring, texting alerts and smartphone integration?
Sailing around the world with an infant may not be the best idea. But the Kaufman family members are hardly the first to take on risky endeavors that required rescue.
Panic won't stop an epidemic, but a combination of these measures might.
Voter suppression is an age-old strategy of manipulating eligibility requirements and limiting access to polls in an effort to shape the electorate.
'Sex sells' is a well-known axiom when it comes to product advertising, but does it also apply when marketing a movement?
Check up on how doctors in the ancient world treated -- and occasionally mistreated -- their patients.
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