In its confrontational attitude on issues of race, gender and sexual orientation, the Hammer Museum's 'Take It or Leave It: Institution, Image, Ideology' maintains an embattled air, as if the 1980s 'culture wars' were still going on.
When NFL free agency kicks off on Tuesday, teams will be shelling out lots of money in hopes of filling their biggest needs. And if history is any indication, the Oakland Raiders will be spending much of it.
A bioengineer has persuaded scientists from London to San Diego to race slime molds in his laboratory at Massachusetts General Hospital, to vie for the title of the world's fastest—and also to research cell mobility.
A Japanese research institute said it was weighing whether to retract studies that described a surprisingly easy way to make stem cells in the lab, a day after one of the co-authors said the research contained "crucial mistakes."
No country has more teams in Champions League, club soccer's most prestigious tournament, than England. But by the end of next week, at least three of England's ambassadors to the European competition will probably be gone.