Geoff Brumfiel - NPR
For the first time ever in a laboratory, researchers were able to generate more energy from fusion reactions than they used to start the process.
Stephanie was usually careful about her health and regular vaccinations. But then she got into sharing far-out videos and fringe ideas. When COVID hit, misinformation put her and her husband at risk.
Researchers who have been studying the volcano since 2015 say it was likely caused by seawater flowing into a chamber filled with magma.
But as America heads into midterm elections next year, the political right and the anti-vaccine movement are drawing ever-closer together. It's an alliance that promises to give both sides more power, but the cost is potentially thousands of American lives.