By Sarah Kaplan Sarah Kaplan Reporter for Speaking of Science Email Bio Follow Homo naledi, a strange new species of human cousin found in South Africa two years ago, was unlike anything scientists had
TOKYO — Prime Minister Shinzo Abe of Japan announced on Wednesday a plan to revise a pacifist Constitution that has been in place since it was enacted by American occupiers in 1947. In a video message
For weeks, we heard predictions of a shake-up among President Trump’s advisers. Sure enough, the shake-up came. It just turned out to involve his advisers at Fox News. The president likes to begin and
A Republican legislator has vowed to close a loophole in his Obamacare replacement proposal, following Vox’s reporting on the exemption Tuesday night. The amendment offered by Rep. Tom MacArthur (R-NJ)
When lieutenant Gary Megge of the Michigan State Police attends a meeting, he sometimes asks, “How many of you broke the speed limit on your way here?” Hearing his question, you might assume that lieutenant
Voters in Georgia’s Sixth Congressional District will have 18 candidates to choose from Tuesday when they decide who should fill the seat vacated by former Representative Tom Price, a Republican who was
The giant mammals are extremely vulnerable to changes in the ecosystem, making their health a good barometer for the state of the environment. They stood on the top bridge of the cruise ship National Explorer,
The Texas Attorney General’s Office sent a cease-and-desist letter to a former employee Friday after he accused the agency of giving Donald Trump special treatment during an investigation of Trump University.