From this issue: Kathryn Edin reveals the lives of people who live on $2 a day Lester Spence argues that African-Americans have bought into the wrong politics Krieger School's Naomi Levin studies eating habits of humans' early ancestors Retraction Watch blog tracks published papers as they get pulled What wildland firefighters can teach us about coping with uncertainty Mary Anne Mercer hits on a novel way to help keep mothers and babies alive: text messaging Website 38 North has become a respected source of news on North Korea's closed society
From this issue: For alum Aaron Alford, fossil hunting is much more than a hobby Your memory of colors isn't as good as you think it is Former Krieger School Dean Daniel Weiss is the new president of the Met Could hydroponic rooftop farms feed Baltimore? How one alum is working to improve women-focused microfinance programs New Horizons' moment of truth New book examines 1922 silent film that billed itself as a "documentary of witchcraft"
From this issue: Other nations could learn from Germany's efforts to reconcile after WWII A test that can accurately predict long-term death risk Trader, power, profit: Inside Michael Kwass' biography of 18th-century highwayman Louis Mandrin A look at the one-of-a-kind documents that are the specialty of autograph dealer Stuart Lutz. Nursing is hard. Unaddressed ethical issues make it even harder. Growing designer blood cells in a lab Unforgivable Offense
From this issue: Thousands of American prisoners spend 23 hours a day in solitary confinement Teacher, teacher: A tribute to John Barth The science behind 'going with your gut' New reality: Climate change will bring storm-related power outages Personalizing health care through big data Forthcoming book addresses disparities between the ruling and the ruled Relatives of horses & rhinos found in Indian mine