This Week in Science
We're Getting Closer to Turning People’s Thoughts into Speech
This week in science: genetically modified, drug-producing chickens, the health benefits of being a morning person, and using artificial intelligence to read minds.
These Billionaires Were Murdered in ‘Targeted’ Killing, Police Say
The announcement comes after a report suggested Barry and Honey Sherman's deaths were the result of a professional hit.
Martin Shkreli, the Guy Who Bought the $2 Million Wu-Tang Album, Has Been Arrested for Fraud
The pharmaceutical exec who increased the price of a drug used to treat AIDS more than 55-fold overnight continues his four month run of news-grabbing form.
Should We Start Worrying About Pharmaceutical Patent Trolls?
An expert told us there "a gold rush for profit" in patent-centric areas such as the drug biz.
Female Viagra Sounds Pretty Garbage
This week the US FDA approved Flibanserin, a drug to increase sexual desire in women. But despite the hype, it sounds like another sexual disappointment.
New Zealand Isn’t Taking the Trans-Pacific Partnership Laying Down
They may be the second-smallest country in the talks, but Kiwis are up in arms over the rampant secrecy surrounding the deal.