Efforts in Congress to reform the program have stalled, leaving property owners vulnerable
A hyper-advanced civilization might raid other galaxies for stars to keep the Milky Way glowing for trillions of years
Lying has gotten a bad rap. In fact, it is among the most sophisticated accomplishments of the human mind. But how can one tell if a person is fibbing?
Fossils found in Wyoming help refine our understanding of when early primates switched claws for nails
Associate Justice Anthony Kennedy had been a swing vote on the issue
The fungus that causes white-nose syndrome continues its deadly spread west, but a meeting of bat researchers reveals cause for hope
Kentucky’s first mountaintop removal coal mine is being turned into grassland to support valuable game species
Wine book author Kevin Begos explains that just a few varieties of wine grapes dominate the industry, which leaves them vulnerable to potentially catastrophic disease outbreaks.
Experiments in mice suggest the technology has a long way to go before being used for pest control in the wild
As our robotic rovers experience a global storm on Mars it’s an opportunity to reflect on billions of dry, dusty years