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As the #MeToo movement takes center stage, we asked historians to look to the past for lessons from powerful women.
A new analysis finds that city planners have been under counting greenhouse gas emissions from a key contributor.
Ghana, one of the world's biggest producers of cocoa beans, is facing a crisis around dangerous and dirty galamsey, or informal, mining—which experts warn could derail its agriculture sector.
The toad was hopping around with a perfectly healthy body and legs, but had no face whatsoever.
Known for deep-sea exploration efforts uncovering military ships in the past, Paul Allen's personal search team has helped to discover a lost aircraft carrier.
The 127-million-year-old hatchling could provide insight into avian evolution.
Minerals in clays from the Iron Age may help scientists better understand how and why the magnetic poles swap places.
Sundews growing in a Japanese bog turned out to be far more devious than imagined.
A new book by lion researcher Andrew Loveridge reveals previously unreported details about Walter Palmer’s killing of Cecil.
Many females are larger than males—for good reason.
Futurist Michio Kaku sees humans doing ballet on Mars and projecting their brains into the cosmos. And aliens? Oh, they're coming.
Protecting 10 percent of the ocean by 2020 was a baby step toward creating a healthier ocean. One study found we're not even half way there.
After working in crisis zones, an epidemiologist wanted a way to stop shuffling papers and spreadsheet tabs.
There are only three northern white rhinos left in the world, and a worsening infection could be getting the best of one of them.
A clash of cold, dry air with warm, moist currents was able to stir up the perfect winter storm.
After a young woman was killed in South Africa, experts debate the safety of "lion walks" and other practices on private game reserves.
Instead of branching into new species, raven groups experienced something called "speciation reversal."
The discovery strengthens the case for protecting the waters around the Antarctic Peninsula.
Discover what to do and see in the Crescent City.
A ship returning from Antarctica has a chance encounter with a rarely seen type of killer whale.