Featured by Kendra Pierre-Louis
Good news! We’re probably not living in a computer simulation.
It's virtually impossible.
When a hurricane finally passes, it spreads deadly disease in its wake
The end of a storm can spell the beginning of a disaster.
There’s actually no such thing as a natural disaster
Hazards are natural; disasters are manmade.
To fight antibiotic resistance, we need higher taxes—or fewer meat eaters
Putting all our options on the table.
Reminder: super random research can produce some amazing science
The frog that laid the golden egg.
A warming Arctic can actually make our winters colder
Can you say polar vortex?
It’s actually really dangerous to go down a slide with your kid
Children sliding on laps are liable to break their legs.
The iPhone X’s face unlock and the fifth amendment don’t mix
The new iPhone X is shining a light on a Fifth Amendment debate.
This land is (still) their land. Meet the Nebraskan farmers fighting Keystone XL
These unlikely environmental activists are running out of time.