"Misapplying the theory I mislearned in college."
“For the first three years of François Hollande’s presidency, he was neither malicious nor dangerous. And yet, since the terrorist attack on the Bataclan, it’s been a whole different story.”
The Zika virus spreads to 23 countries, Oregon state police kill an antigovernment militiaman, and China reports a shortage of donkey gelatin
A visit to the Chicago Architecture Biennial
Winter Storm Jonas strikes the East Coast, al-Shabaab kills at least 20 people at a hotel and restaurant in Mogadishu, and Donald Rumsfeld designs a solitaire app
Vietnam’s sacred turtle dies; William Beebe watches turtles breed in Mexico.
The United States lifts economic sanctions against Iran, Mein Kampf sells out in Germany, and Auckland bans mermaid swimsuits
Three people win the largest Powerball jackpot in U.S. history; Nathaniel Rich profiles a woman who won millions in the Texas lottery on four separate occasions.
Kim Jong-un claims he detonated a hydrogen bomb, marines in Mexico capture El Chapo, and a lonely man builds a robotic drinking buddy
Ammon Bundy takes over a wildlife refuge in Oregon; Christopher Ketcham traces the history of the Bureau of Land Management
Bill Cosby is charged with sexual assault, an armed militia occupies an Oregon wildlife refuge, and the Catholic Church suspends a priest for riding a hoverboard
Sample problems from a mathematics textbook for children between six and twelve years old, published by the Islamic State’s ministry of education.