A trip to the Museum of Jurassic Technology in Los Angeles.
Jay Miscovich spent his life wanting to hunt for treasure. In 2010, after just a few months of trying, he found half a billion dollars worth of emeralds at the bottom of the Atlantic. A few years later he killed himself.
Excerpted from Everyone Leaves Behind a Name, a collection of work by journalist Michael Brick, who died in February at the age of 41. Proceeds from the book go to Brick's wife and children.
A suburban teen attempts to build a reactor, radioactivity ensues.
A doctor who helped pioneer Oregon’s Death With Dignity law receives his own terminal diagnosis.
On the stories we tell ourselves about happiness and the indecent questions we ask women who decided not to become moms.
Picking up the pieces in Afghanistan.
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