Cooking indoors with solid fuels can lead to a variety of respiratory illnesses, and even death.
A new community planned for Amsterdam will provide all of its own food and energy, without negatively impacting the environment.
For the first time in 130 years, more young adults are living with their parents than with a spouse. Find out why that is and what it could mean for the economy.
The world's favorite 140-character engine has some new changes coming that will hopefully draw in a whole new pool of users.
Kids who have dads that commute long distances to work don't have the same behavior as those who don't.
The Parkmerced housing development in San Francisco will be offering credit for either Uber or public transportation for residents who promise not to have a car on the premises.
Floating solar panels may look strange, but there's a lot of reasons for why Japan is about to build a huge set of them.
The Food for Thought app from the University of Illinois teaches students about climate change through the lens of eating healthy.
DC taxi drivers will be collaborating with company Delivery.com to provide on-demand lunch service in DC. Could this been a new model for the "sharing economy?"
The National Academy of Sciences ruled GMOs safe to eat, but with a lot of caveats about their social and economic impact. Plus, how do we define a GMO anyway?