While doomscrolling has become a ubiquitous part of COVID, here’s how to make your social media a happier, less damaging place.
Meet the two smartest colors from the spectrum: one is designed to fight climate change, and the other curbs bad habits. Both reflect (and deflect) in the best ways.
Tax the rich? Democrats’ plans to make the wealthy pay a little more will barely dent America’s long slide from progressive taxation.
Like school integration in the past, policies that require or encourage masks have become the new arena for the ongoing argument about Southern states’ rights.
If you are fully vaccinated and start displaying signs of an illness that are also symptoms of COVID, you might wonder: Should I still get tested for COVID-19?
As a researcher of Afghanistan’s conflicts, I know how Afghans have been affected by the failed 20-year Western occupation of their country, and trillions of dollars wasted.
While emergency use authorization gets vaccines out to the public more quickly, it doesn’t skip any steps that full FDA approval requires.
After studying the effects of weather and climate change, we examined the bigger picture that links heat to economic outcomes. Here are four ways extreme heat hurts the economy.
After being denied a presidential pardon, the legal team of Joe Exotic has again promised he’ll soon be out of prison.
Yellowstone is home to much wildlife, vast forests and grasslands, and the mountain snowfall feeds some of the country’s most important rivers. And they’re warming faster.