Arun Vishwanath writes in CNN the next ransomware attack will surely be bigger, bolder and more consequential.


An article on Vice interviews David Gerber, who says modern nostalgia has become a way for people to “deal with loss and make the transition to another place or another time of life."


The Atlantic interviews Eduardo Mercado III, who says it's not clear from the recordings of humpback whales if the whales are genuinely learning new melodies, or simply flubbing their lines.


Michael Russell talks about the capacity of gonorrhea to suppress the development of an immune response against it in a CNBC story.


Lynn Kozlowski tells The Wall Street Journal that the 'not safe' message when it comes to smokeless tobacco is not enough.


"The ethos of policing is: 'We're super people and we can't be weak. We're not a bunch of sissies,'" John Violanti tells USA Today.


In a Washington Post op-ed, Mark Bartholomew looks at the problems associated with the sell-off of government infrastructure.


James Gardner tells Reuters that Donald Trump Jr. would not have violated the law if he solicited damaging information about Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton.


Abbreviated, intense workouts can help people of any age become healthier, Bruce Troen tells the New York Times.


The key for curing Hepatitis C, Andrew Talal tells CGTV News, is the increased realization that substance abusers are the majority of the infected in most countries. 


For the first time, David Dietz told the Associated Press, researchers are beginning to get an idea of what the depressed brain looks like.


There are fewer and fewer spaces where we cannot be subject to the hard sell, Mark Bartholomew tells Politico.