"I share this honor with ancestors and teachers who inspired in me a love of poetry," the 68-year-old poet said.
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Jack Hidary Names The Countries That Will Recover From the Crisis First.
The automated McDonald's has a staff comparable to other stores. But the crew members are all focused on making and packaging orders instead of delivering them.
The new documentary “Make People Better” leans toward a different narrative about gene-editing than we've heard before.
Seneca thought the use of ice was a "true fever of the most malignant kind."
By studying the dwarf galaxy Wolf-Lundmark-Melotte ~3 million light-years away, JWST reveals the Universe's star-forming history firsthand.
It's called DragonFire.
The word “turkey” can refer to everything from the bird itself to a populous Eurasian country to movie flops.
You want your baby's name to be unique, but so does everyone else.
The Knights Templar were not only skilled fighters, but also clever bankers who played a crucial role in the development of Europe’s financial systems.
This pup puts us one step closer to resurrecting extinct species.
We could even benefit from more whataboutisms — if they're used properly.
The East India Company issued stocks to minimize the risk on their unpredictable but highly lucrative voyages. The rest is history.
Following the advent of human space flight, NASA began naming missions after children of Zeus.
The Greeks were among the first to move beyond “primitive money” and establish an official currency, transforming their trade, government, and even philosophy.
Cement production currently accounts for 8% of global carbon emissions.
"Politics is weird. It’s the only business in the world in which you take a really, really important position, and you give it to someone with no qualifications." —Tony Blair
On July 12, 2022, NASA will release the first science images taken with the James Webb Space Telescope. Here's what to hope for.
The last time the population shrank was during the great famine of 1959-61.
Cats know more than they let on.
The "Clovis First" hypothesis for human settlement of North and South America has just been debunked. Where do we go from here?
In 1990, we only knew of the planets in our own Solar System. Today, the exoplanet count is more than 5000. Here's what we've learned.
Our research on a Martian meteorite provides new clues about early surface conditions on the red planet.
The most feared sexually transmitted disease (STD) of the last half-millennium was usually named after foreigners, often the French.
Hybrid animals emere when two different species from the same family reproduce. For many years, the kunga’s lineage was just another genetic mystery.
This flying car — more properly called an "electric vertical takeoff and landing (eVTOL) vehicle" — will seat five and fly up to 135 mph.
The massive craft could carry 100 humans to Mars and revolutionize space exploration.
Humans seemingly have opposing desires to fit in and to be unique. The interplay between these might drive the evolution of fads.
One player’s pawn is another’s farmer. And at one time, the queen was a rather powerless virgin.