Reddit ratted out an influencer for golfing into the Grand Canyon
Trashing a national park is an expensive, and dangerous, way to create content.
4 visionaries on the history and future of psychedelic medicine
As tripping for our health goes mainstream, these visionaries are making sure no one—especially traditional users—gets left behind.
US soldiers might control weapons with their thoughts someday. Here’s why that’s complicated.
The ethics of brain-computer interfaces lags behind the science.
Our first look at the Air Force’s new B-21 stealth bomber was just a careful teaser
Northrop Grumman revealed the B-21 Raider in a roll-out ceremony. Here's what we know about it—and what remains hidden.
Colorado police sued over SWAT raid based on ‘Find My’ app screenshot
The ACLU is suing on behalf of 77-year-old Ruby Johnson, claiming that a police officer mischaracterized the accuracy of the app's locator to obtain a search warrant.
This dinosaur dove like a duck
Fossils of the water-loving velociraptor relative were found in the Gobi Desert.
For thousands of years, kids have been fascinated with owls
The hand-drawn metal birds were potentially represented deities of the dead.
A snapshot of the world’s nuclear weapons—and how the numbers are changing
A new Pentagon report offers a look at how one arsenal is shifting.
What patients find at long COVID clinics: rejection, outdated therapies, and unanswered questions
Roughly 16 million Americans are living with long COVID, but many are not getting the right medical care. One way to improve the system is by letting patients lead.
Pink snow spells serious trouble for water in the western US
Researchers are trying to understand what drives snow algal blooms and how they could alter water supplies.