Headlines edition

Wednesday headlines: Soiling the body.

President Trump's third version of a travel ban survived the Supreme Court, limiting citizens of eight nations from entering the US.

One good thing about the Supreme Court’s ruling: it removed a very powerful gun—Korematsu—out of Donald Trump’s hands.

Mitch McConnell would like to remind you that he blocked Merrick Garland, resulting in Trump's travel ban.

In the past year, Algeria has expelled or turned away over 13,000 migrants and forced them to walk into the Sahara.

Migrants in the Sahara are vanishing at double the rate of those traveling across the Mediterranean.

China is detaining Muslims on a massive scale in Xinjiang for “re-education.” The world has barely noticed.

People in Tijuana shrug at the idea of Trump's big border wall. They already have two walls, and they make the city better.

A man in a suit paddled across the Hudson River to make a meeting in time. "I didn't wanna pay for the toll."

Remembering Marshall "Major" Taylor, who was the fastest bicycle rider in the world.

Photographs of the United States' mostly secret preparations for nuclear war.

MS-13 is brutal, but the gang isn't organized enough to do most of the things Trump says it does.

By the end of May, President Trump had made 3,251 false or misleading claims. In June, he's lying faster than ever.

After spending half a billion dollars on teacher evaluation, the Gates Foundation says it doesn't "move the needle."

The Telstar 18, the soccer ball designed for the 2018 World Cup, is "as close to a perfect sphere as you can get."

World Cup contestants Costa Rica, Japan, and Denmark all field players who would be eligible for the US team.

"I enjoy the negotiation of finding a concept that truly works." An interview with St. Vincent's costume designer.

Here’s a riveting account in which a man nearly dies from a rattlesnake bite in Yosemite.

Australian comic Hannah Gadsby quits comedy in the middle of her Netflix special—and that’s when it gets great.

Should you be lucky enough to publish a book in your lifetime, most people in your family won’t buy it. Most of your friends won’t either.

Casual research shows that some Amazon sellers are building fake-review empires.

An aesthetic argument for more brutalism in how the web looks and feels.

Pizza giant Domino’s rebranded with big help from Big Dairy, who convinced them to double down on cheese.

"Burgers get more expensive as houses do." Waiters can't afford to live in San Francisco, so restaurant prices are going up.

Pet food is said to be responsible for a quarter of the environmental impacts of meat production.

Chinese supplies much of America’s stock in fentanyl and other opioids. China blames America's demand for fentanyl and other opioids.

A nameless, four-acre island is the world’s largest island-in-a-lake-on-an-island-in-a-lake-on-an-island.

Scientists analyze what makes up "thrift store smell." The answer? "Body soils."