Headlines Edition

Saturday Headlines: You still have made a choice.

Iran says its military unintentionally shot down the Ukrainian airline, blaming "human error" for the incident.

Three weeks ahead of Caucus Day in Iowa, a new poll shows Sanders is now leading the Democratic presidential contenders.

Pelosi announces that articles of impeachment against Trump will be sent to the Senate next week.

Rush drummer and lyricist Neil Peart dies at age 67.

Watch: Rush playing "YYZ" live with an astounding Neil Peart drum solo.

Climate change is causing vegetation to grow at high altitudes near Everest—where plants have not previously been known to grow.

"It scares me that white people are becoming afraid of what they might lose. History tells us they gonna get violent." Emily Raboteau’s 2019 diary of talking about climate change to everyone she encountered.

An interactive map forecasts where human conflict may occur due to drought.

The average human body temperature has dropped nearly a full degree since the early 1800s.

A (massive) map of the known human metabolic pathways.

A view of Earth from the geostationary orbit of a weather satellite.

Beautifully patterned, impressionist paintings of nature, by David Grossman.

Paris Musées now offers free digital reproductions of 100,000 artworks, including some by Cézanne, Delacroix, Monet, and more.

Regarding the study that found suicides decrease when minimum wage increases, the critiques are weak.

"I have 905 pores, 20 wrinkles, and a face that looks 13% fatigued." A health reporter tries the wellness gadgets at CES.

Rather than forbid lies in political ads, Facebook chooses to "expand transparency" and tells users to opt out of seeing ads.

"It just makes me feel like he’s just still around." What it's like to find the image of a deceased loved one on Google Maps.

Kaleidoscopic, multi-layered oil paintings of celebrities, by Teiji Hayama.