Murray Gell-Mann, Who Peered at Particles and Saw the Universe, Dies at 89

Dr. Gell-Mann was an early champion of superstrings, hypothetical particles that, if ever verified, would be even more fundamental than quarks. Later in his career he began thinking in other directions, puzzling over the way simple laws of physics give rise to the beauty and intricacy of the living world. He explored the idea in … Read moreMurray Gell-Mann, Who Peered at Particles and Saw the Universe, Dies at 89

Police keep Klan members and counterprotesters apart

Autoplay Show Thumbnails Show Captions Last SlideNext Slide DAYTON, Ohio – Less than a dozen members of the Honorable Sacred Knights – a Ku Klux Klan group from Indiana – were vastly outnumbered Saturday by hundreds of counterprotesters in Dayton.  Montgomery Courthouse Square and multiple blocks of downtown Dayton were shut down Saturday for the … Read morePolice keep Klan members and counterprotesters apart

Fernández-Fernández: Argentine pair launch presidential bid

next A supporters of presidential candidate Alberto Fernandez and his running-mate, former President Cristina Fernandez, no relation, holds a banner that show an image of the former leader, during the kick-off political campaign rally,at the Nestor Kirchner Park, in Buenos Aires, Argentina, Saturday, May 25, 2019. Argentina will hold general presidential elections on Oct 27.(AP … Read moreFernández-Fernández: Argentine pair launch presidential bid

Colorado is the first state to cap co-pays for insulin

CLOSE Injection of insulin (Photo: Reed Saxon/AP) Colorado has capped the price of co-pays for insulin, making it the first state to enact a law that combats the soaring costs for the medication that have doubled in the last seven years.  Democratic Gov. Jared Polis signed the bill into law earlier this week restricting the price for insured patients … Read moreColorado is the first state to cap co-pays for insulin