Former employees of Pinterest, Google, Snap, and other companies share their stories of discrimination.
From not cleaning equipment to not having handwashing stations to the way crews eat, film and TV sets have long been lacking in basic sanitation, and no union contracts stipulate basic standards about hygiene. COVID-19 might change that.
A troubled ex-USC football star died at 31. His family hoped that studying his brain for CTE would help others
We tested dozens of nuclear bombs on an around the Marshall Islands, then pushed all the radioactive debris into a crater and covered it with a concrete dome. A concrete dome that hasn’t aged well, even before rising sea levels added another layer of threat.
“Usually it’s humans who are responsible for polluting natural ecosystems. But on Anacapa and Santa Barbara islands, gulls appear to be the ones spoiling the wild habitat with processed food and puked-up trash.”
Organ procurement companies can harvest body parts before medical examiners have a chance to examine a dead body and rule on a cause of death. Does that seem problematic? Yes, yes it does.
It’s kind of confusing. Suffice it to say, it involves rich people, huge debt, and the late shah of Iran’s sister.
The Golden State’s development coincided with an brief period of coastal calm, making the shoreline seem more stable than it is. Now that erosion, flooding, and rising sea levels are reshaping California’s coast, how will residents confront their new disturbing reality? Seawalls and sandbags can only protect so much.
How a retired school teacher and a former Army staff sergeant work together to study and protect a small colony of Pacific seahorses in the waters off of Long Beach, California. “And if you’ve never seen a seahorse in the wild before, you will feel honored and awed, as if you’ve just seen a unicorn beneath the sea.”
As his mother enters hospice care, Gustavo Arellano pays tribute to her life and to her cooking, trying to preserve the memory of his favorite dish.