An increase in carbon dioxide is not doing good things to our produce. Or bodies.
If a passenger claims a pooch is a service dog, there’s nothing much anyone can demand by way of proof.
The off-kilter war of words between Donald Trump and Kim Jong-un reminds us of better, funnier insults.
American food banks are rejecting junk food for healthier fare, and so food corporations are hedging their bets elsewhere.
While Saudi Arabia allowed women to drive, many major restrictions remain on their rights.
A newly discovered papyrus contains an eye-witness account of the gathering of materials for the Great Pyramid.
A Midwestern university has created a first-of-its-kind program in medicinal plant chemistry that focuses on marijuana.
The psychedelic drug LSD is still popular. But how dangerous is it?
In the US Army, taking a knee has a special connotation.
John Cleese was in super sarcastic form during his recent Reddit AMA.
Is "science broken" or self-correcting? And who is going to do the grown-up thing and fix the game (instead of scoring points within it)?
A new study discovers how political party affiliation affects people's beliefs in conspiracy theories.
Spontaneous talk on surprise topics. Writer Kurt Andersen on passionate kookiness as the American Way.
In an analysis of more than 140 million of its U.S. members, LinkedIn identified a key difference between how men and women present themselves in their profiles.
Sen. John McCain announced he'll be voting against GOP legislation that would repeal the Affordable Care Act.
The same technique is used by crime scene investigators in the FBI.
Researchers are looking for, and finding, effective methods for dealing with pain that don't require drugs.
A new study from the Mayo Clinic says that letting dogs in the bedroom may not disrupt sleep quality.
Social citizenship is both a feeling of belonging and a definable set of commitments and obligations associated with living in a place; it is not second-class national citizenship.
Are noble 18th-century norms fit for 21st-century life? Especially when, as Yuval Harari says, liberalism’s “factual statements just don’t stand up to rigorous scientific scrutiny.”