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Why Everyone’s Mad at Ticketmaster Right Now

8/19/2022
Why Ticketmaster has made seeing your favorite artists so difficult—and how to find cheaper tickets to concerts

Duration:00:05:42

U.S. Offers Extra Monkeypox Vaccine Doses for Gay Pride Events

8/19/2022
The U.S. is setting aside an extra 50,000 doses of monkeypox vaccine for places with upcoming gay pride events, health officials said Thursday.

Duration:00:03:56

Why NASA Is Launching Yeast Into Space

8/19/2022
An experiment aboard NASA's giant new moon rocket has implications for humans in space

Duration:00:03:50

Finland’s Prime Minister Is Under Fire After a Video of Her Partying Leaked Online

8/19/2022
The Finnish Prime Minister said she was disappointed that the videos, which were from a private event, were shared online.

Duration:00:02:43

Half of People With Omicron Don’t Know They’re Infected, Study Says

8/18/2022
A small study finds that about half of vaccinated people experience no COVID-19 symptoms—or only mild ones—from an Omicron infection.

Duration:00:04:35

The GOP Just Borrowed a Soviet Skill and Disappeared Liz Cheney

8/18/2022
Liz Cheney lost by a stunning 37 points after daring to hold Trump accountable for his role in the Jan. 6 attack on the Capitol.

Duration:00:05:55

China Attacks U.S. Chip Handouts While Warning of a Market Slowdown

8/18/2022
China says a $52 billion program to expand American chipmaking targets Beijing’s own efforts to build a semiconductor industry

Duration:00:05:02

Why Sunscreen Ingredients Need More Safety Data

8/18/2022
A National Academies of Sciences report finds that while people should use sunscreen, more research is needed into its safety.

Duration:00:06:45

Biden Just Signed the Inflation Reduction Act. Now the Hard Work on Climate Really Begins

8/17/2022
The next chapter of the climate fight involves a tug of war between industry, activists, and policymakers.

Duration:00:08:55

Why Insulin Is So Expensive in the U.S.—And What the Inflation Reduction Act Does About It

8/17/2022
Here's what you need to know about high insulin prices and the new law.

Duration:00:07:35

China Warns the U.S. Against Sailing Warships Through the Taiwan Strait

8/17/2022
China’s ambassador to Washington, Qin Gang, said China viewed such Taiwan transits as an escalation by the U.S.

Duration:00:03:48

Trump’s Messaging on FBI Search Echoes His Statements on Jan. 6

8/16/2022
Trump publicly offered an olive branch to law enforcement on Monday, while continuing to stoke the rage of his supporters over the Mar-a-Lago search.

Duration:00:07:56

What to Know About the Origins of the Espionage Act

8/16/2022
Documents reveal that the FBI is investigating whether former President Trump violated the Espionage Act of 1917. Here's what to know

Duration:00:04:34

School Meal Prices Are Rising—And That Could Leave Kids Hungry

8/16/2022
Although schools are racing to find innovative solutions, millions of families could be paying more for breakfast and lunch this year.

Duration:00:09:14

Scotland Just Showed How Easy It Is To End ‘Period Poverty’

8/16/2022
Globally, around 500 million people who menstruate live in "period poverty"—the inability to access menstrual products because of financial constraints.

Duration:00:06:25

Film Academy Apologizes to Sacheen Littlefeather for 1973 Oscars

8/16/2022
The Academy apologized to her for the abuse she endured nearly 50 years after Sacheen Littlefeather stood on the Academy Awards stage.

Duration:00:03:34

The Liberal Fantasy of Liz Cheney 2024

8/15/2022
Liz Cheney may still have a future in GOP politics. But it's hard to see it including a successful run for president in 2024.

Duration:00:04:31

NASA Satellites Paint Grim Picture For The Future of Antarctica’s Ice Shelves

8/15/2022
Twin studies using satellite observations show ice loss over Antarctica is twice as great as feared.

Duration:00:03:26

Thinking Too Hard Really Can Make You Tired, Scientists Say

8/15/2022
Researchers have found that high-demand cognitive work can lead to mental fatigue, making it harder to make decisions.

Duration:00:02:02

Column: Biden’s Decision To Quit Afghanistan a Year Ago Was—and Still Is—the Right Call

8/15/2022
The Taliban have crushed women’s rights and a humanitarian crisis has worsened, but the U.S. war was a hopeless exercise.

Duration:00:05:38