Tetris inventor on global phenom, Narcan becomes OTC drug

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Tetris creator Alexey Pajitnov says the J is his favorite shape in the game. Credit: Shutterstock.

In 1984, a software engineer in Soviet Russia created Tetris for fun. The story of how it became a worldwide success is the subject of a new Apple TV+ movie.

An AR-15-style rifle has been used in most of the last decade’s mass shootings, including at a Nashville school this week. How did it become so popular?

The FDA approved Narcan for sale in supermarkets, gas stations, online stores, and more. The drug can prevent overdose deaths. Will stores agree to sell it?

The most exciting ticket in sports now is women’s college basketball. Undefeated South Carolina takes on Iowa’s dynamic Caitlin Clark. For men, San Diego State is in the Final Four.