Headlines edition

Wednesday headlines: “Sober curious.”

The Affordable Care Act remade the US health insurance system. Unfortunately, the White House has no plan for what comes next if courts decide to overturn it.

Related: The White House wants to revoke an Obama-era rule designed to make light bulbs more energy efficient.

A timeline of Nixon's presidential approval ratings matches the musical themes in the original The Legend of Zelda.

Compared to other counties, those that hosted Trump campaign rallies in 2016 had a 226% increase in reported hate crimes.

Your weekly white paper: Lynchings in America were used as voter suppression—and notably decreased when Jim Crow was instituted.

The European Parliament approves a directive to hold tech companies responsible for any copyright-infringing content posted on their sites.

Some Parliament members say they voted for it by accident.

A Boeing 737 Max makes an emergency landing in Florida shortly after takeoff as it’s being flown to California.

India becomes the fourth country to shoot down a satellite in orbit with a missile.

A subreddit moderator explains how scammers use cute animal photos and multiple accounts to plant propaganda (and worse).

There are now no more wild caribou in the contiguous US, as the sole remaining female has been brought into captivity.

A synthetic alcohol alternative is being developed that delivers tipsiness, but not drunkenness, without the physical damage.

On "sober curiosity," a wellness approach to alcohol consumption that’s less about recovery and more about habit recognition.

Warner Music Group is partnering with an algorithm to produce albums of music created to induce moods, such as rest or relaxation.

Archaeologists have discovered a sunken ship in the Nile matching a description provided by Herodotus in the fifth century BC.

Since 2015, John Donohue has been sketching the restaurants of New York City, and hopes one day to draw them all.