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Cars are a major predator for wildlife. How is nature adapting to our roads?

Environmental journalist Ben Goldfarb says cars are killing animals, while highways cut off them off from their food sources and migration paths. His new book is Crossings.(Image credit: Devon OpdenDries/Getty Images)

Tue Sep 26, 2023 20:35
The dystopian suspense 'Land of Milk and Honey' satisfies all manner of appetites

Set in the near future, C Pam Zhang's atmospheric novel centers on a chef who takes a job at a tech entrepreneur's isolated compound after smog kills most of Earth's plant and animal species.(Image credit: Penguin Random House)

Tue Sep 26, 2023 19:12
A Nobel prize-winning immigrant's view on American inequality

In a new book, Nobel Prize-winning economist Angus Deaton offers a scathing critique of American politics and economic policy.(Image credit: JEWEL SAMAD/AFP via Getty Images)

Tue Sep 26, 2023 14:24
How a DNA test inspired actress-activist Kerry Washington's journey of self-discovery

Washington was an adult when she learned that she had been conceived via artificial insemination and the man she considered her father was not her biological dad. Her new memoir is Thicker than Water.(Image credit: Little, Brown Spark )

Mon Sep 25, 2023 20:36
Protestors in Florida read from banned books, defying the state's education policies

Academics, activists and Black history advocates were in Jacksonville, Fla. last week where they showed defiance of educational policies that ban books and discourage knowledge about Black history.

Sun Sep 24, 2023 15:03
A lost Truman Capote story is published

A rare short story by acclaimed author Truman Capote is published for the first time.

Sun Sep 24, 2023 00:47

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