The ultra-white paint reflects 98.1 percent of sunlight, cooling building surfaces 'like refrigeration' to fight climate change.
How a genetically modified super poppy from Tasmania provided enough opiods to flood America.
The Sackler family behind OxyContin is accused of brazenly jumpstarting the deadly opioid crisis. In the era of endless scams, elite philanthropy like theirs is hitting roadblocks.
"The Sackler family is just as shameless, and only marginally less ruthless, than the drug cartels."
He also takes opioids to manage his own debilitating back pain.
That doesn't mean that his coach Matt Painter is down for his star center to play with a fractured elbow, though.
Three Purdue Football Players Expelled In Connection with Sexual Assault Allegations, According to Law Firm
The mother of the victim said, "I would like to thank Purdue University for allowing my family to receive the closure that we needed to begin the healing process."
Even Nick Saban probably couldn't make Purdue a perennial Big Ten West contender.
In 1996, Phil Hopkins and the Western Carolina Catamounts came within inches of making NCAA tournament history. Today, Hopkins coaches middle school basketball, and he couldn't be happier about it.
Someone outside of the top four seeds is bound to make a NCAA tournament run, and while these are always tough to predict, we've tried to find the team from each region that is most suited for one.
Our weekly look at college basketball's weird and wonderful includes LSU's superfrosh, The Great Wall of Purdue, the joys of the Big Ten-ACC Challenge and Monmouth's world-beating bench.