A Princeton geologist has endured decades of ridicule for arguing that the fifth extinction was caused not by an asteroid but by a series of colossal volcanic eruptions. But she’s reopened that debate.
Updated at 1:20 p.m. ET Wednesday The two American bicyclists killed in an attack in Tajikistan on Sunday were a couple from Washington, D.C., who quit their jobs to bike around the globe. The couple,
When it comes to traveling, Americans often feel like they haven't seen enough, despite the number of foreign countries they may be lucky enough to have already visited. You might be determined to visit
Footage shows crustacean making bid for freedom at restaurant in China A crayfish who sacrificed its own limb to survive a boiling pot of spicy soup at a restaurant in China has become an online hero.
The “hydrogen economy” may be a thing after all. It is an odd twist of chemistry that there is fuel embedded in the most common substance on earth: water. Hydrogen — the H of H2O fame — turns out to be
Innovation A plastic-like material may do for solar power what high-performance electrical batteries have done for iPhones and Tesla cars. Solar energy is clean, abundant, and irritatingly inconvenient:
On gloomy, grey winter weekends, where the sun hides behind blankets of clouds, I let myself hide under cloud-like blankets. I leisurely sip my coffee and open a million tabs (give or take) while catching
WASHINGTON — After the contentious primary between Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders, the Democratic Party formed the Unity Reform Commission to make the nominating process more fair. This weekend, after
Shocking footage taken by Tavish Campbell shows an underwater pipe spewing fish blood into a public water channel in Canada. For now, the practice is totally legal. Watch Tavish's full video here. Following