Advisory panels slashed, environmental regulations rolled back – how the Trump administration uses questionable science to justify its policies.
A 10-year-old girl is separated from her family at the border and enters U.S. custody. Now she’s 17 and still in a shelter. Her family can’t find her.
A new ritual at hospitals is bringing solace to the families of organ donors by paying tribute to the gift of life that’s being passed on.
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Getting organs to patients waiting for a transplant is a matter of life and death. Yet transportation errors are putting patients in danger.
As the 2020 census approaches, experts warn the count will be inaccurate. A look at why the census is struggling and whether efforts to save it can work.
How two well-respected New York art galleries sold more than $80 million in fake art.
Genetic genealogy is a powerful crime-solving tool combining DNA science and family tree research. Will it mean a crime-free world or a dark dystopia?
Hundreds of millions of dollars in property taxes should never have been charged, but Detroiters still had to pay or risk losing their homes.
In 1971, a 22-year-old journalist named Robert Rosenthal got a call from his boss at The New York Times. He told him to go to Room 1111 of the Hilton Hotel, bring enough clothes for at least a month and not tell anyone.
In the carnage that followed the Battle of the Bulge in 1944, top military commanders hoped one incident would be concealed.