Headlines Edition

Saturday headlines: The kid stays in the picture.

Another major earthquake rocks buildings and baseball stadiums across Southern California. 

The 7.1 magnitude quake, the second big tremblor in two days, caused damage, rockslides, and power outages in the Ridgecrest area.

For our West Coast readers: how to plan; what to do; a podcast that simulates the Big One.

“Plate tectonics hasn't suddenly stopped." Southern California's recent quakes won't delay the Big One.

"Today’s right is on fire and it is dangerous." The global crisis in conservatism is grounded in rejection, not evolution. 

A conversation between Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez and Greta Thunberg, who both have a global following for their brands of activism.

Analysis of how Omar Hassan al-Bashir lost power in Sudan—primarily by mishandling his relationship with the United Arab Emirates.

Very nice web design for a story about the National Museum of Natural History's overhaul of its dinosaur hall.

Venmo's public API is a bounty for bad actors. Another reminder that if you’re not paying for the product, you are the product.

Your weekly white paper: How to teach a machine to make a pizza from clip-art-stye pizza images.

“You don’t eat, you just spend all day tasting things.” A week in the eating life of a top bartender.

Some of the best pro wrestling matches of all time occur in Japan, even when it’s between man and doll.

Millennials have a more thoughtful view of marriage and commitment, which means they’re setting a better example for generations to come.

The US plays the Netherlands in today’s World Cup final. Several reasons why the Dutch shouldn’t be overlooked.

Unprecedented viewership, more diverse journalists, and yet the media around this year’s World Cup was rife with misogyny.

Wimbledon officially experiences Gauff mania as the 15-year-old who beat Venus makes a big comeback and carries on to play in week two. 

Watch the joy of Gauff winning the match’s final point, mirrored by her parents’ joy. 

Tennis has a long history of prodigies—and that includes “the cautionary tales that many of them tell.”

Mapping the aesthetic arc of swimming in pools, from groups bathing together to individuals taking selfies surrounded by infinity.

An oral history of the Super Soaker, invented 30 years ago by a NASA engineer.