The story of three peace activists — a drifter, an 82-year-old nun and a house painter — who penetrated the exterior of Y-12 in Tennessee, supposedly one of the most secure nuclear-weapons facilities in the United States.
Tuesday, April 30
A captured bank robber makes a remarkable claim.
Monday, April 29
“It’s insanity to kill your father with a kitchen knife. It’s also insanity to close hospitals, fire therapists, and leave families to face mental illness on their own.”
Libor, ISDAfix, and how the big banks do business.
Kosovo’s leaders have been accused of grotesque war crimes. But can anyone prove it?
The story of the manhunt.
Sunday, April 28
How social psychologist Diederik Stapel committed and rationalized an audacious academic fraud, and what his lies reveal about the culture of scientific research.
“Which is the largest country in the world, economically speaking? It’s America, the United States. Do you know why? Because way back—this is history, you can look it up on the Internet—the colonization was done by men who believed in the word of God. And they were tithers. That’s why you see on the dollar bill: ‘In God we trust.”
Saturday, April 27
Marketing research,the pre-Facebook history of ‘likeability,’ and why there will never be a ‘dislike’ button.