Following four strong underwater signals in the past week, all has gone quiet in the hunt for the missing Malaysia Airlines jet, meaning the batteries in the plane's all-important black boxes may finally have died.
Ex-EPA. official E.G. Vallianatos and environmental writer McKay Jenkins document EPA’s failure to enforce environmental laws regulating toxic chemicals, particularly the highly toxic dioxin. Vallianatos appears Sunday April 13 at Town Hall Seattle.
If anyone’s earned the right to daddy issues, it’s these two. One girl came of age in a mystical, surreal time that never really happened (HBO’s “Game of Thrones”), the other in a decade that feels that way now (AMC’s “Mad Men”).
The creators of the new musical, “A Room with a View,” based on the E.M. Forster novel, carefully bring to life the heat of Italy (physical and mental) and the pastoral green of the England of Lucy Honeychurch and her suitors.
Those diagnosed with cancer will be presented with relapse and overall survival statistics to help them choose the treatment that is statistically best. But these are still just statistics — and you are not a statistic.
The Consumer Product Safety Commission first warned about button batteries in 1983. Yet each year, about 3,000 children are injured and several die after swallowing the objects or sticking them up their nose.
Historian Elizabeth Fenn recovers a missing piece of the story of Native Americans with her book “Encounters at the Heart of the World: A History of the Mandan People,” about the North Dakota tribe known for their hosting of Louis and Clark.