A seasoned political correspondent shares how she has approached the tricky subject of politics and other hard news with her kids, turning them into educated citizens who can vote on their own without mom looking over their shoulder.
Why isn't a meteorologist someone who studies meteors, and other questions from a cold snap.
As a winter storm churns eastward, much of the country is bracing for the month's second arctic blast. What cold-weather-hardened Midwesterners and other experts teach us about surviving the cold.
Blum, whose book was adapted into a PBS documentary airing Jan. 7, explains why obtaining poison used to be so easy, why it was historically thought of as a 'woman's weapon,' and how forensic science changed it all.