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Covered with tiny needle-like stinging hairs, contact with this innocent-looking plant has been compared to being burned and electrocuted at the same time -- and the effects, if left untreated, can last for months.
It's another High Line wannabe but a real connection between two communities.
Extreme heat kills more people than tornadoes, hurricanes, or any other weather event. How will a 4- to 6-fold increase in extreme heat exposure impact the U.S. population?
It's crowded on those sidewalks beside canals and everybody wants a piece of the pavement, even ducks.
200 million clicks on 86,000 houses were analyzed to come up with a design based totally on user preferences.
The NASA-funded robot may one day explore the seas of Europa, one of Jupiter's moons.
If you love to eat, then a packed lunch can sometimes seem like a disappointing excuse for a meal. The trick is to make it something you look forward to eating.
The corporate giant is now using its efforts to pressure political leaders and CEOs to step up their own climate fight too.
Bigger isn't always better when it comes to life and gardens at Chelsea.
From high-heat cooking to the importance of extra-virginity, we tackle olive oil's most enduring myths.
Instead of using a conventional polyurethane core, this sustainable surfboard starts with an algae-based foam blank.
A new study shows that a quick look at a green roof perks you right up.
This year at WantedDesign, SVA students took on the question of gender with a project titled Engender.
The rain on this year's show dampened the plants but not the spirits.
After a collision with a boat propellor, the sea turtle is now on the way to a full recovery.
Eating locally in the Solomon Islands.
And why those rules should be changed.
Follow these simple rules and everyone will be safe, happy and comfortable coexisting with cars on the road.
Providing nightmare fodder for arachnophobes everywhere, millions of spiders floated down from the sky recently in a phenomenon known as ‘spider rain.’
The 10,000 year-old ice shelf is half the size of Rhode Island; its collapse will add greatly to global sea level rise.