WUHAN, China (AP) — A member of the World Health Organization expert team investigating the origins of the coronavirus in Wuhan says the Chinese side granted full access to all sites and personnel they requested — a level of openness that even he hadn’t expect... More »
BERLIN (AP) — It fits on a human fingertip, but this chameleon could make a big splash.
Scientists from Madagascar and Germany say a newly discovered species of chameleon is a contender for the title of world's smallest reptile.
Frank Glaw, who was part of the... More »
Photo by Alexander Kramer for The Verge Apple’s MacBook Pro with the new M1 processor is one of the best-performing laptops on the market in its price range. If you are interested in picking up the latest Apple laptop for a discount, Amazon, B&H Photo, and Bes... More »
This week in Washington yielded some snow, a fallen officer remembered, a “vote-a-rama” in the Senate and a member of the House removed from her committee assignments. Here’s how it looked from the vantage points of our photojournalists.
The post Photos of the... More »
Who hit a hat-trick? Which ground filled up? Who misbehaved?There will be 25,000 fans at the Super Bowl on Sunday (and 30,000 cardboard cutouts), making it the smallest ever attendance at a Super Bowl. What is the highest ever attendance?91,654 103,985176,2222... More »
Legislators in statehouses across the U.S. face the dual challenge of budgeting in a covid-crippled economy while planning for the pandemic’s long-term effects on mental health and substance abuse services. More »