Driverless cars and the environment, North Korea's warning, a Hemingway love letter
April 18, 2017
Today, the jury is still out on whether driverless cars will be good or bad for the environment. Also, the mysterious syndrome affecting refugee children in Sweden. Plus, Ernest Hemingway, Marlene Dietrich and their love letters.
Stories in this Edition
ICE detained hundreds of people and deported most of them. A decade later, New Bedford, Massachusetts, is still home to a large undocumented population.
It began with a video of Liban Adam drinking a giant bowl of camel’s milk and ended in a one-month $80,000 fundraiser.
He called her "daughter" or "dearest Kraut." She called him "Papa." A letter from Ernest Hemingway to Marlene Dietrich goes on sale next month in New York, and it speaks to their intense, flirty relationship.
It all depends on how we design and use them.
At the University of California, Davis, law students take on immigrant cases, with guidance, and double as cultural navigators too.
A forgotten crypt has been uncovered in London with the remains of at least five archbishops of Canterbury from several centuries ago.