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.
The launch of SpaceX's Falcon Heavy was widely covered by the media, but one astrophotographer wanted a different kind of shot of the Tesla Roadster tumbling through space.
Miles away from the site of the site of the PyeongChang Winter Olympics in South Korea, eight teams raced skiing robots down a mountain for a chance to win $10,000.
A transgender woman was able to breastfeed her baby after completing an experimental treatment regimen, but it’s still not clear what the effects of the breastmilk might have on the child.
U.S. drivers faced a 12% greater risk of dying in a car crash on April 20 over the past 25 years. The likely explanation? High drivers.
For the first time in Facebook's history, the number of daily active users in the U.S. dropped—by about 700,000.
SpaceX made history Tuesday after successfully launching its Falcon Heavy rocket into space, but not all are convinced any of that actually happened.
Each year since 2010, thousands of parents submit photos of their children for consideration in Gerber's "Spokesbaby" contest. This year the winner made history.
SpaceX CEO Elon Musk is encouraging aerospace companies to up their game after successfully launching the most powerful rocket since NASA's Saturn V.
Environmental concerns have caused some to opt-out of reproduction, both to help the planet and to protect their would-be children.
Dodge Ram has drawn the ire of social media after using audio clips of a Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. speech in a commercial that ran during Super Bowl LII.