The end of weird news; who's reading your medical data; the most empathetic doctor in the world; and an unlikely environmental hero. Plus: Five studies about transgenderism.
Bonanza Conservative billionaire Philip Anschutz wants to turn his 500-square-mile cattle ranch into the world's largest wind farm, generating enough energy for power all of the households in Los Angeles and San Francisco. It would also make Anschutz the nation's most unlikely environmental hero—if he can ever get the thing built. By Gabriel Kahn
Inside the reclusive and controversial religious sect known as the Twelve Tribes; one forensic psychiatrist's self-funded effort to evaluate depraved crimes; how to convince teens to raise money for charity; improving life for aging populations; and one man's quest for the perpetual, elusive quarry of environmentalists: a message that gets people to care. Plus: Five studies on IUDs.
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