As winters grow warmer in North America, thirsty ticks are on the move.
In caves and labyrinths, humans' cerebral navigation equipment is mostly useless. That can spark panic or free the mind.
Googling yourself has become a rite of passage.
Claims that insects will disappear within a century are absurd, but the reality isn't reassuring either.
I can’t stand cucumbers, but I'm ready to change if I can.
Wearables help cast the medical test as a talisman of health-care competence.
Inadvertently, Ilhan Omar revealed that Trump may have picked the right man to implement his policy in Venezuela.
The choice was unusual, but loving: We wanted them to live without the shadow of their mother's mortality hanging over them.
Before Thad Roberts stole more than $20 million worth of moon rocks and Martian meteorites, he made me want to reach for the stars.
Women, more than men, tend to feel stultified by long-term exclusivity — despite having been taught that they were designed for it.
The reflections of more than a dozen people who did dedicated cleanouts of their living spaces years ago.
What would human civilization look like on a tidally locked world?
Scientists are starting to completely rethink animal cognition. What can they tell us about how other creatures experience the world?
Trump might well wrap up the war in Afghanistan, but only by giving up on America's original goals.
After the Florida legislature voted down an assault weapons ban, an insurance agent whose nephew was killed started gathering signatures.
The North Carolina congressman was famous for "freedom fries," but his real signature was unorthodox politics.
One man’s life seven years after a gruesome and miraculous run-in with the police.
The data on the company's real-estate holdings reveal a remarkable inflection point.
When the USSR collapsed, Washington bet on the global spread of democratic capitalist values — and lost.
In New York City and beyond, health departments are stopping restaurants from dosing customers with cannabidiol.