She flew down early on a Monday without telling her husband or kids where she was going or what she was doing. By the time she landed in Bogotá it was late. The sky was hazy and dark, the air surprisingly cool, the roads crowded and chaotic.
– Oct 10, 2017, 10:00 PM
One morning, in the spring of 2011, I was pool running in Berkeley, California. As I bobbed through the water, I watched the morning light creep over the hills. The predawn air was dank and chilly. Above the pool, fog rolled off San Francisco Bay…
– Jun 5, 2017, 8:28 AM
Michael Joyner, a physician and researcher at the prestigious Mayo Clinic in Rochester, Minneapolis, is one of the most productive humans alive. Joyner, an expert on physiology and human performance, has published more than 350 scientific articles…
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– Jul 21, 1:19 PM
Britany Jacobs sat parked in the handicap spot, right in the middle of Michael Drejka's pet peeve. She had just finished up a nursing shift and she and her boyfriend, Markeis McGlockton, had a car full of children, all under age 6. So she sent…