HOW AMERICA’S JUSTICE SYSTEM FAILED OUR CHILDREN by Bryan Stevenson

Read an excerpt from Bryan Stevenson’s powerful new book, ‘Just Mercy.’

Autonomous flying machines meet the entertainment industry. Whimsy and delight ensue.

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‘The Sports Gene’ author David Epstein picks 5 books and articles about the science of athletic performance.

Cloud robotics, belief space, and more ideas from the robot future.

Arianna Huffington provides 16 articles and scientific papers on how sleep can make us more productive.

“'Nothing replaces the loss of a son, not even another son.’

Safia Abo Zour, 25, holds her five-month-old baby, Mohammed, with one hand and holds with the other the sweater her older son, also named Mohammed, wore the last time he went to kindergarten. Mohammed had just turned four years old when he was killed during the second war in Gaza in 2011 after an airstrike on his family's house in the Al Zaitoun neigborhood. Safia named her new baby after his brother." -- Eman Mohammed

Portraits by photojournalist Eman Mohammed.

English-born photographer Robert Leslie drove a total of 10,000 miles across the American South and Southwest. What he found was not a prosperous land of opportunity but a storm-torn region in decay.