Early Learning and the Bottom Line
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At The End Of A Murder Sentence, A Redemption Forged From Forgiveness
As a teen, Oshea Israel killed another young man at a party. Years later, as the end of his prison time approached, Israel met the mother of the man he murdered — and earned her forgiveness.
Seven Decades Ago, A New, Enormous Kind Of Explosion
Seventy years ago this week, in the New Mexico desert, U.S. Army scientists detonated the first atom bomb. NYU physics professor Benjamin Bederson was among those who worked on the Manhattan Project.
'When Thunder Roars, Go Indoors' To Best Avoid Lightning's Pain
Deaths in the U.S. from lightning strikes are up in 2015, compared to recent years. A convertible won't save you. Get inside at the first rumble of thunder, and stay away from plugged-in appliances.
A Siberian Town Throws A Party For Pests — And Masochists
Many towns hold festivals to celebrate a famed native son or daughter, or its dominant agricultural product. In Berezniki, Russia, they celebrate mosquitoes — partly by getting bitten by them. A lot.
Plantigrade Pastry Purloiner Persnickety
A Colorado bakery recently found itself relieved of 24 pies in an overnight heist. But the ursine rapine left one type of tart behind.
Aurora, Colo., Theater Shooter Found Guilty Of First-Degree Murder
Jurors convicted James Holmes in the 2012 attack on a movie theater that left 12 people dead and dozens wounded. They must now decide whether he should be executed or sentenced to life in prison.
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