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Why did the FBI search Mar-a-Lago? Was it a ‘bonehead move’ or ‘something extraordinarily sensitive’?
Lake Mead’s bodies may be identified using genetic genealogy, a science redefining ‘unsolvable’ and cracking cold cases

Lake Mead’s bodies may be identified using genetic genealogy, a science redefining ‘unsolvable’ and cracking cold cases

Citizen science and advances in DNA sequencing help identify Jane and John Does.

‘No Dumb Questions’: What is QAnon?

‘No Dumb Questions’: What is QAnon?

Grid reporters answers questions that many are asking — and aren’t really “dumb” at all.

Serena Williams is retiring a tennis legend. These charts prove it.

Serena Williams is retiring a tennis legend. These charts prove it.

Grid took a moment to examine Williams’ impressive statistics and create a visualization of her remarkable career.

The FDA’s big plan to expand its monkeypox vaccine supply — up to fivefold

The FDA’s big plan to expand its monkeypox vaccine supply — up to fivefold

Injecting a smaller amount of vaccine into the skin could stretch existing supply, but there’s not much data to go on.

President Biden just signed a $50 billion law to boost semiconductors. What are they, exactly?

President Biden just signed a $50 billion law to boost semiconductors. What are they, exactly?

Take a trip back to high school physics to learn about one of the world’s most important — and lucrative — technologies.

World in Photos: Kenya votes

World in Photos: Kenya votes

This Tuesday, Kenyans took to the polls to choose their new president.

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Extreme heat waves show the ultimate climate impact may arrive sooner than we thought

Extreme heat waves show the ultimate climate impact may arrive sooner than we thought

Heat waves in Iraq, India and Europe this year show how miserable climate change can be on the road to “unlivable”.

The claims of abuses against prisoners in a St. Louis jail are horrific. They’re also not unique.

The claims of abuses against prisoners in a St. Louis jail are horrific. They’re also not unique.

Incarcerated people in jails throughout the country are left to ask the courts to protect their rights.

The Senate’s plan to cap insulin costs leaves millions of diabetics without relief

The Senate’s plan to cap insulin costs leaves millions of diabetics without relief

More than 1 in 5 people on private insurance pay more than $35 a month for insulin. This bill won’t help them.

The Inflation Reduction Act: What’s inside lawmakers’ once-in-a-generation stab at solving climate change

The Inflation Reduction Act: What’s inside lawmakers’ once-in-a-generation stab at solving climate change

The bill, expected to clear the House later this week, tackles drug pricing and addresses climate change.

Russia ratchets up the danger at Ukraine’s Zaporizhzhia nuclear power plant

Russia ratchets up the danger at Ukraine’s Zaporizhzhia nuclear power plant

Experts say Russia’s takeover of Europe’s biggest nuclear power plant is a disaster waiting to happen.

How monkeypox myths mimic lies about covid and AIDS

How monkeypox myths mimic lies about covid and AIDS

Different virus, same misinformation playbook