The President’s consideration and rejection of stating a no-first-strike policy puts the U.S. in a no-win position.
Scientists think they may understand why our brains produce false memories.
Hospitals are starting to get serious about just how noisy they can be for patients trying to heal.
A new study suggests that 70% of the time scientists see brain activity on an fMRI, they aren’t.
Samuel Arbesman warns that we’ve entered a new “age of Entanglement” with our complex technology-based systems.
SETI researchers have found a major radio telescope signal and are trying to nail down where it’s from.
Alien life may be so different from us that we wouldn’t even recognize it as life.
Studies suggest that giving elementary students homework does more harm than good.
Sleep psychologist Shelby Harris reviews ideas about what dreams may be.
A small village in western Minnesota has just re-elected a dog as their mayor for his third term.