For decades, researchers have proposed that climate change and human-caused environmental destruction led to demographic collapse on Easter Island. That's probably false, according to new research.
From making their own swabs to staying in constant communication across the board, Northwell Health dove headfirst into uncharted waters to take on the virus and save lives.
Two of Iceland's largest whaling companies are keeping their boats in port this summer. One of them permanently.
The welfare state is broken. UBI is the smarter, more effective option.
Americans just want to pay their bills. Is universal basic income the path to financial stability and economic opportunity?
Global warming has shown that permafrost is not so permanent after all.
Global warming appears to be front of mind for people worldwide.
Study identifies predictors of which students are likely to do well in education.
Life forms on Earth are wildly varied, but scientists discover a single formula that predicts every one's life cycle.
Recycling is linear, but the economy shouldn't be.
"Sea of Shadows" is a documentary you can't afford to miss.
Researchers evaluated the best and worst ways to remove greenhouse gases from the atmosphere in a recent report.
Most of it was eaten by Earth's mantle, but scraped-off bits survive in the Alps and other mountain ranges.
The blazes may be the first step in a hellish downward spiral.
The bid to buy Greenland is unlikely to become seriously considered.
Like it or not, most jobs still require some kind of secondary degree. PeerForward is working with low-income communities to ensure that students aren't excluded based on their zip code.
Modern capitalism is a "very silly" way of organizing life, says Yanis Varoufakis.
Access to trauma care is a race issue. It shouldn't be.
Food deserts are a problem. One solution might already exist.