The Proof Is in the Footprints: Humans Came to Americas Earlier Than Thought
Sept. 24 By Sally Christine Reynolds, Matthew Robert Bennett
7,000 Steps Is the New 10,000 Steps
Sept. 23 By Lindsay Bottoms
Your Chances of Hitting a Deer Rise in the Fall
Sept. 22 By Tom Langen
Is Your Hospital Diverting Ambulances Because of COVID-19?
Sept. 22 By Joanna Thompson
Elizabeth MacDonough Is the Senate Parliamentarian. What in the World Does She Do?
Sept. 22 By Patty Rasmussen
Say What? Over-the-counter Hearing Aids Could Be Coming Soon to Local Pharmacies
Sept. 21 By Elaine Mormer, Lucas Berenbrok
The Deadly Problem of Coal Ash
Why Flash Floods Are So Dangerous
New Solar Orbiter Will Get the First Glimpse of the Sun's Poles
What Is Your City's Tree Equity Score?
How to Tell How Old Your Dog Is
7 Reasons a Cuttlefish May Be Smarter Than You
Do Dogs Have Belly Buttons?
Headhunter Ants Decorate Their Nests With Skulls
Aphantasia: When Your Mind's Eye Is Blank
Vampire Facials May Be Bloody Bad for You
Getting a Grip on Lyme Disease
Feel Like a Fraud, Despite Your Success? You Might Have Impostor Syndrome
Banksy's Walled Off Hotel Offers Art, Politics and Rooms With No View
Boasting "floor to ceiling views of graffiti-strewn concrete from almost every room," Banksy's Walled Off Hotel in Bethlehem welcomes visitors to the Mideast conflict with art-filled rooms under the eye of an army watchtower.