A buildup of pressure is the accepted cause of horrific gas line explosions in three Boston suburbs last week, but officials remain uncertain of what created that danger in the first place.
Engineers have created a man-made coastline to catch the junk we’ve thrown into the Pacific.
Scientists have found a piece of the hearing jigsaw puzzle. But does the deaf community want to be “fixed”?
Seattle has become dangerous this week — along with a lot of the western United States — as smoke particles block out the sun and block up lungs.
The US Supreme Court has upheld a group’s right to sue the federal government because climate change is robbing young Americans of their future — and the court date couldn’t be much trickier for the GOP.
Some states’ laws are already cutting access to reproductive health care. What can the rest of the US expect if a conservative SCOTUS tips the balance on Roe v. Wade?
The US president is notoriously thin-skinned. He’s faced considerable protests across America — but it’s about to be turned up to “11” when he touches down in the UK tomorrow.
Scientists say noise pollution is bad for our health. Time to make that move to the quiet countryside?
Developing countries are improving their standard of living, and with that comes demand for cooler indoor environments. This ironically will lead to increased global warming. But a fascinating new technology, based on old world science, could help change that outcome.
An emergency relief act demands that all infrastructure be replaced as it was before a natural disaster. But what if the original infrastructure was disastrous beforehand? Build it bad again, it seems.
Changes to tariffs and laws endanger people’s livelihoods all over Ireland, and, in border communities, these changes endanger healthcare, even in life and death situations.