Astrobiology—the search for alien life—suggests a lesson for us here on earth: Extended civilization may not be sustainable but, rather, self-destroying.
A look at erosion in Taiwan reveals a new set of greenhouse gas sources, raising the possibility that the links between rock, rainfall and climate control may need revision.
A bank executive was pulled back in by fellow passengers after she was partly drawn through a broken window. She was the first passenger killed in an accident involving a U.S. airline since 2009.
The medication, which doesn’t get users high, reduces rare, hard-to-treat seizures in children. It could be in line to be the first U.S. government-approved drug derived from the cannabis plant.
The National Park Service has deleted every mention of humans’ role in climate change in drafts of a report on risks from rising seas and storm surge.
The dry zone of the United States is spreading eastward because of climate change.
Republicans who for years have voted against subsidies for solar and wind power are now eager to have government subsidize coal. Meanwhile, China’s success in renewables grows.
The former FBI chief has been a central figure in the gutting of the Fourth Amendment and in trying to make sure the government can break your encryption and spy on you.
Over two days of questioning in Congress, he revealed he didn't know key details of a 2011 consent decree with the FTC that requires the company to protect user privacy.
The story is heavy on Russophobic propaganda and light on proof that the data analysis company influenced the 2016 election in any substantial way.