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Stories by Jacob Margolis
It's tough enough being a woman in the real world, but it's even tougher being one in a video game. Just ask Princess Peach, of Mario fame.
We hear all the time about the lack of diversity in film and television, but what about other forms of media? Say, video games?
The measles outbreak in the U.S. sparked debates about children and vaccination, but it turns out that a lack of vaccinations among adults is also a problem.
Tuesday means it's time for new music on Take Two. This week journalist Oliver Wang joins A Martinez in the studio to talk about the latest releases.
Internet access is "too important to let broadband providers be the ones making the rules," said FCC's Tom Wheeler. But, what's to come?
When talking about football, you might've heard about positions like tight end, running back, receiver, quarterback, and kickers, but what about long snappers?
With measles on the wane and West Nile on the rise, we turn to Rebecca Plevin for the latest in health news in our weekly segment, Impatient.
You can't force the creative process, but you can indulge in vision quests, bike rides, and food to try and set it off. At least that's worked for Mikel Jollett.
It's Tuesday Reviewsday, our weekly new music segment. This week music journalist Steve Hochman joins A Martinez in the studio with releases from around the world.
Neil Patrick Harris in his underwear and the disparity in pay between men and women in Hollywood both came up at the Academy Awards. We talk about it.
Antibiotic resistant bacteria have become a problem in hospitals in recent years, so officials are developing new standards to deal with the outbreaks.
If you're watching TV and it seems like a show is going just a little faster? You're not nuts. Some cable channels are speeding up shows to fit in more commercials.
Researchers at The Scripps Research Institute have discovered a new way to possibly block new HIV infections, much like a vaccine.
Even though São Paulo is in Brazil, which has one eighth of the world's fresh water, it's suffering a major water shortage. And residents aren't happy.
Japanese officials are considering advice from nuclear inspectors to dump contaminated water, that's been treated, into the ocean.