President Trump made a surprise intervention today in a case that has gotten little coverage in the United States. On Twitter, he offered to help the parents of a terminally ill, 10-month-old British baby named Charlie Gard in their fight for access to an experimental therapy.
Helen Aguirre Ferré, the White House director of media affairs, provided this statement to the press pool in Bedminster: "Although the President himself has not spoken to the family, he does not want to pressure them in any way, members of the administration have spoken to the family in calls facilitated by the British government."
We all grow up staring at the night sky, trying to understand our place in the universe.
For our latest Expert Voices, Axios science editor Alison Snyder asked four experts a deceptively simple question: what exactly is space? Their answers.