World's biggest lizards use iron-coated teeth to tear up prey

The teeth of Komodo dragons, the world’s largest lizards, are coated in a protective layer of iron, a new study has found. When the nearly-200 pound dragons go after their prey — which can include animals as large as deer or water buffalo — they rip into the unlucky animals’

Luxury hotels in Paris for the Olympics and beyond

Athletes are already settling into their accommodations as the Olympic flame rapidly approaching its final destination on the Seine — but there’s still time to book a last-minute flight to Paris, if you’re suddenly seized with the desire to watch the 33rd Olympiad in person.

Harris campaign memo lays out path to victory in November

A memo from Harris campaign chairwoman Jen O’Malley Dillon published Wednesday argues the vice president is in “a strong position” to win in November, citing her ability to expand the coalition that put her and President Biden in the White House and her appeal to persuadable

The two bicycle errors

Momentum activities like public speaking, board sports and leadership all share an attribute with riding a bicycle: It gets easier when you get good at it. The first error we often make is believing that someone (even us) will never be good at riding a bike, because riding a