Christian Science Monitor | All Stories The final chapter: Cassini probe completes first daring dive between Saturn and its rings 2017-04-27T21:29:17.534000000+00:00 The dive into the 1,500-mile gap is the first of 22 plunges set to be taken by the spacecraft before it burns up in Saturn's atmosphere. What's left out of Trump tax plan? The 'D' word. 2017-04-27T21:29:17.079000000+00:00 The budget deficit is set to soar, even if the president's new corporate tax-cut plan doesn't go through. But politicians and even some economists are less alarmed by big deficits. She re-created a medieval trail in Germany, drawing thousands of hikers 2017-04-27T21:07:18.953000000+00:00 Esther Zeiher launched the endeavor after she came across an old map. She calls the trail an ‘adventure in humanity’ that is enabling meaningful exchanges between people. Can Colombia’s peace help Venezuela’s conflict? 2017-04-27T21:07:18.949000000+00:00 As a peace deal helps end a long war in Colombia, Venezuela is descending into violence. What can Colombia teach its neighbor about healing and reconciliation? North Korea: Can US lead global 'village' toward diplomatic solution? 2017-04-27T20:01:48.544000000+00:00 Even as the White House sends mixed signals over North Korea, Secretary Tillerson's visit to the UN could pave a path toward diplomacy. Dozens of countries with a hand in keeping the Kim Jong-un regime afloat could be part of the solution. Trump's steep learning curve 2017-04-27T20:01:48.509000000+00:00 The education of Donald Trump in these first 100 days is about so much more than learning the vast array of issues that cross his Oval Office desk – and rethinking some positions along the way. In lettuce price spike, a taste of things to come 2017-04-27T19:09:19.447000000+00:00 Vegetable price hikes could grow more common as weather in key farming regions gets less predictable. To really understand the American psyche, press play 2017-04-27T19:09:19.443000000+00:00 From Helen Reddy to Kendrick Lamar, musicians have long captured the current zeitgeist through songs that become rallying cries for movements and anthems for generations. Fettuccine with asparagus, bacon, and lemon 2017-04-27T18:25:20.725000000+00:00 Slender, fresh asparagus teams up with lemon, bacon, and Parmesan for a bold pasta dish that tastes like spring. Could privatizing airport services help resolve infrastructure woes? 2017-04-27T17:41:18.975000000+00:00 The Airport Privatization Pilot Program has attracted little interest from cities. But there are some signs that St. Louis’ bid could foreshadow a wider movement toward public-private partnerships.