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Red Uakari (Cacajao calvus ucayalii) sleeping showing pale eyelids. Photo by Mark Bowler/via Getty Images Why the red face, bald uakari monkey? Are you hot? Are you embarrassed that your Amazonian treemate isn’t wearing any clothes? Or are you sick...
The McDonald ranch house, where the 19-kiloton bomb was assembled, sits two miles from the blast site. Photos by Kathleen McCleery Editor’s Note: Tuesday on the NewsHour, special correspondent Kathleen McCleery reports from south central New...
Twitter recently removed a series of tweets that writer Olga Lexell said were plagiarized from her account. Photo by Kacper Pempel /Reuters Joke about a juice cleanse on Twitter, and you just might begin a national conversation on copyright laws....
Children listen as Dr. Seuss books are read during “Read Across America Day” in New York on March 2, 2007. Photo by Lucas Jackson/Reuters The wildly popular books of Dr. Seuss have sold more than 650 million copies in 95 countries. They...
Women’s 200 meters respective silver and bronze medal winners from India Asha Roy (R) and Dutee Chand wave to the crowd after their race on the fifth and the final day of the Asian Athletics Championship 2013 at the Chatrapati Shivaji Stadium...
In a Skype interview from Yemen’s capital Sana’a, Tariq Riebl, Oxfam’s head of program in Yemen, describes the worsening situation on the ground. A new Oxfam report says fighting and economic blockades in Yemen are making food prices...