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Human intelligence has produced remarkable things — space travel, the Internet and fried chicken. But would we be better off if we were … more stupid?
Danielle Pendergrass, a Nurse Practitioner, navigates serving rural women in a post-Roe world.

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  • They may not seem like much, but those humble and colorful open-air taco carts you see scattered on roadsides and in parking lots across the country, they have an important story to tell.
  • If you’re online at all, you’ve probably heard the news: fasting dramatically improves your health, even cures diseases. Will it really?
  • In late 2019, a boy and a girl went missing in southeastern Idaho. The police investigation centered on the children’s mother, Lori Vallow, and her husband, Chad Daybell. It was a complex case piled with bodies, and to the journalist Leah Sottile, it was more than just a true-crime story.
  • It’s been more than a year since we first looked at the sobering details about the Great Salt Lake’s historic and dangerous lows. Today, the lake continues to shrink.
  • The bicycle is one of those inventions that hasn’t really changed much. Its status in society, though? That’s a battleground.
  • Think of a performance in film or theater that enthralled you — a portrayal so engrossing that actor and character seemed to become one. How does that happen?
  • While suffering from a gynecological infection, the science journalist Rachel E. Gross did what she does best: she researched. She wanted to know how the vagina works. But she soon ran into the big problem of how little we actually know about the female body.
  • Recent reporting from the Associated Press on child sexual abuse raises important questions about the usefulness of clergy-penitent privilege.
  • Film critic Dana Stevens says Buster Keaton is a mirror of his cultural era.
  • Investigative reporter Michael Rezendes, in a recent article for The Associated Press, detailed how The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints diverted reports of sexual abuse by its members away from law enforcement, sweeping them under a legal rug and “leaving victims in harm’s way.” It’s the kind of story Rezendes has seen before.
They may not seem like much, but those humble and colorful open-air taco carts you see scattered on roadsides and in parking lots across the country, they have an important story to tell.
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