It marks the third such defamation against Jones, but it's not clear the plaintiffs will have an easy case ahead of them.
Authoritarian regimes have had a long history of targeting intellectuals who don’t agree with them. What kind of people get deported? We have a list of ten people whose work got them shipped out of Russia.
The effect of this trend will be with us for decades to come, experts say.
Consciousness is body-dependent. VR enthusiasts are betting otherwise.
People who occasionally pull all-nighters are at greater risk for diabetes and other illnesses, and a new study identifies blood proteins as being behind the problem.
A number of different things have to happen for a child to develop leukemia.
Lack of replication is a serious problem in science. So far, no one has an answer.
The dumb phone revolution is here, and people are joining.
This asteroid is feeling itself, clearly.
TMS might also help those with anxiety, PTSD, and traumatic brain injury.
Even though 18,000 species are discovered and named each year we are still losing ground, writes the College of Environmental Science and Forestry.
Research shows women are better positioned than men to resist the automation of work and possibly even benefit from it.
N.F.L. team owners signed an agreement on Wednesday that prohibits players from kneeling during the national anthem, but does allow them to stay inside locker rooms during ceremonies.
The changes humans bring to the environment, like pollution or pesticides, is spiking cancer rates in animals, according to a new study.
Could social graphing be a way to find the 'Holy Grail' of successful movie writing?
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It might not be a great idea to chug a whole box of Arm and Hammer, but a small daily dose could do wonders for keeping your autoimmune system in check.
The FDA has approved the first drug designed to prevent migraines, a move that could help the four million Americans who suffer from at least 15 migraine days per month.
More and more companies are in the grip of a new phenomenon: "metric fixation." Here's what's wrong with it.
“People should be free to walk down the street without being watched by the government.” — ACLU and a coalition of civil rights groups