If you listen to music on the radio, chances are you'll hear a lot of lyrics that don't match the ones on the original album recordings. When songs get profanity, obscenity or references to drugs or sex
Dueling projections of population growth present different visions of the world's future. Warning: The 21st century may get a lot more crowded than previously thought. In a paper published Thursday in
The soil-dwelling bacteria that we walk on every day are working their way into technologies that could help feed the world. On a frigid day last February, Maren Friesen drove eight hours across snow-covered
Mammoth Lakes continued to rumble Sunday with small earthquakes, but the swarm that has produced more than 700 temblors in the last four days appears to be bottoming out. The number and intensity of the
Mount Ontake belongs to a class of unpredictable "stratovolcanoes." The weekend tragedy on Japan's Mount Ontake, where more than 30 hikers are presumed dead after an eruption of toxic fumes and ash, is
U.S. Agricultural Research Service scientists have applied to release exotic Eurasian fungi to kill invasive tumbleweeds in the American West. Dana Berner wants to start an epidemic among tumbleweeds.