Vietnam ‘Napalm Girl' Gets Final Burn Treatment in Florida 50 Years Later
Kim Phuc was just 9 years old when a napalm bomb struck her village in Vietnam on June 8, 1972. As she fled from the blast, Phuc was captured in a Pulitzer Prize-winning photo that immortalized the moment — one that stands as a lasting reminder of the horrors of war.
How A Warming Climate Is Cooling Coffee Supplies
You might have noticed that your morning cup of coffee is costing a lot more these days— nearly double since last year— and climate change is partly to blame. But small businesses like Nguyen Coffee Supply in New York and FRINJ Coffee in California are working to protect the industry with a more sustainable product.