Stephen Johnson is a St. Louis-based writer whose work has appeared in U.S. News & World Report, The Huffington Post, Eleven Magazine, Cheapism, Vox Magazine, The Missourian and other publications.
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.
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.
Germany has long harbored varying degrees of anti-Americanism, but a new survey suggests those sentiments have grown particularly strong.
No more secret submarines and moon bases. A new study puts to rest decades-old conspiracy theories and confirms how Adolf Hitler died.
A team of researchers at Cornell University has developed a revolutionary battery architecture that could someday increase storage capacity while cutting charge times to mere seconds.
A new paper estimates the low and high end of total electricity consumption by the Bitcoin network, but not all agree with the methodology.
Elon Musk revealed some new details about the early stages of the Boring Company’s plans to transform the mass-transit system in Los Angeles.
CFC-11 was banned worldwide in 1987 by the Montreal Protocol, but scientists have found increasing levels of the ozone-depleting chemical in the atmosphere since 2013.
Scientists are investigating whether it’s possible to give modern elephants an ancient boost by reviving woolly mammoth DNA—all to curb climate change.