Researchers found that neighborhoods with a higher proportion of Flickr photos tagged "art" saw a higher spike in property prices. Christopher Intagliata reports.
Forensic archaeologists are finally exploring what lies beneath the dirt—but not without resistance
Investors want utilities to prove they can be profitable under a 2-degree Celsius limit on global warming
An individual's unique brain response to images of a celebrity and a food could be used to create an ID procedure at high-security sites.
Peddling pharmaceuticals on TV is a lousy form of health education, and it can also drive up medical costs
Mexican authorities say all 87 million voters’ addresses and other details were left open to public view without a password
How did the innovative blood-testing company fall so far, so fast?
The pact to curb global warming receives an outpouring of support from more than 100 nations
State attorney general says charges are “only the beginning” in the investigation into city’s lead-tainted water
Experts say listing cannabis among the world’s deadliest drugs ignores decades of scientific and medical data. But attempts to delist it have met with decades of bureaucratic inertia and political distortion
Oil firms might pay to use CO2 emissions from power plants, but low petroleum prices could doom the effort
A war of words over realism versus idealism erupted during the debate between the two Democratic contenders
Mathematician and author Adam Kucharski talks about his new book The Perfect Bet: How Science and Math Are Taking the Luck Out of Gambling (Basic Books, 2016).
Five experts share recent studies, classical research and professional experiences that shed light on defusing the threat of extremism
Everything you need to know about the legal effort to block the new law to restrain global warming pollution from power plants
The bank aims to increase climate aid and consider global warming in decisions
A new study shows that door-to-door “deep canvassing” conversations can change real voters’ attitudes to be more tolerant
San Diego mayor shows how there can be bipartisan consensus to move away from fossil fuels
Perhaps it’s time to consider other ways of combating climate change that prioritize action
Rhetoric in US presidential campaign concerns researchers — particularly Muslims.