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A Hollywood impresario tries to make his mark on the movie business.
Filippo Marinetti thought he could change Italian society through its collective belly.
The Cold War is long gone, as are our fears of global nuclear annihilation. But many nuclear weapons remain. Daniel Gross looks at what happens when some weapons can’t be retired.
A small Massachusetts town of knickknack makers helps mold the material world.
In 1916 the United States sent its first official observer to the trenches of Europe, where he found a new kind of warfare.
Discover the age of “prophetic chemistry,” a time when chemists dreamed of new foods.
Can a tool that helped create atomic weapons become a tool for healing?