A new study looks at how lobbying expenditures affect climate change legislation.
There is a reason why anti-vaxx attitudes are hard to shake, explains a new study.
Researchers study wolves in the area contaminated by the Chernobyl nuclear disaster and what happens when they leave.
A study finds that when checking genetic ancestry, people cherry-pick which ancestors they identify with and which ignore.
A large analysis shows that many species are completely changing their habits to avoid humans.
Physicists prove a core part of the theory of general relativity by using the whole Earth and the most precise clocks ever.
These are the occupations that attract the most serial killers and psychopaths.
New finds are revolutionizing what we know about the early humans.
Scientists in Scotland find tracks of the largest animal that walked on Earth during the Middle Jurassic Period.
A study finds the link between biological clocks and poor performance at school and work.
Researchers study whether bearded men have advantages in fighting.
Scientists find a groundbreaking application of the supermaterial graphene.
New research predicts the existence of completely different kind of stars.
So-called 'positive stress' has been growing in popularity among Silicon Valley workers.
Hitler and other Nazis were fond of a strange theory that the world was made of ice.
A first-ever study looks at how sibling bullying leads to the development of psychotic disorders later in life.
Inventor Nikola Tesla's work at Niagara Falls may be his most direct and lasting contribution to our lives.
Could famous sinkings and disappearances in the Bermuda Triangle have been prevented by advanced contemporary technology?
Are déjà vu and the Mandela Effect related? A theory by physicist Michio Kaku may help explain.
The Bermuda Triangle, one of the most mysterious places on Earth, doesn't have an official map and the U.S. Coast Guard is why.