Pirates, Stowaways, Vigilantes: ‘The Outlaw Ocean’ Humanizes Crime on the High Seas
Reporter Ian Urbina spent years at sea reporting on maritime crime. His new book exposes the strange world that few on land ever experience.
Supermarket's Plan to Cut Waste with Embarrassing Plastic Bags Backfires in Major Way
The bags are printed with logos like The Colon Care Co-Op, Dr. Toew’s Wart Ointment Wholesale, or the Into the Weird Adult Video Emporium.
India wants to use flesh-eating turtles to rid the Ganges River of decomposing bodies
The Ganges River in India is one of the most sacred to Hindus. But it's also one of the most polluted in the world.