Geneticists find new clues in mankind’s sudden and mysterious love of milk
Tunisia becomes the third country in the world to do so, but is it as progressive a step as environmentalists would hope?
We’re carrying around a lot more genes from our caveman cousin than we ever knew
The Orion crew vehicle is set to fly in the fall. Is this the start of an American resurgence in space?
Their discovery links two of the deadliest pandemics in history
Antibiotic resistance claims 23,000 lives a year in the U.S.—and the overuse of antibiotics in livestock plays a role. Is the FDA doing all it can to protect Americans?
Steven Hawking introduced the idea of black holes to all of us, then seemed to take them back. But not so
A new trove of letters from an architect of the Holocaust and a new scientific study shed light on the roots of hate
Troubled Jade Rabbit module becomes social media sensation
Over half of the landmark was formed in the last 6 million years, a new study finds