Grasses—green, neatly trimmed, symbols of civic virtue—shaped the national landscape. They have now outlived their purpose.
After a long debate, the safety question will be answered -- by Science.
Low-pitched voices are a social attribute, regardless of gender -- and regardless of social context.
... And it's an undersea courtship ritual.
FunFact: The space station's pantry is stocked with marshmallow Fluff.
Probably not, alas, "let's get this mother out of here" ...
They're great at sharing news. They're much less great at sharing heartbreak.
Fifty years ago, we recorded the learnings of our space explorers on paper scrolls.
The latest thinking in the science of productivity, animated
The document could have changed the Internet -- but probably won't. Here's what went down.
A photo essay
Lowered volumes are only the beginning of a shift toward kinder, friendlier commercials.
The effects of climate change, in one gorgeous, terrifying video
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The leader of the world's Catholics has sent his first messages to his hundreds of thousands of (Twitter) followers.
The quality of our Internet connections, and the quality of the services built on top of them, rely on each other.
The United Nations's globe-spanning, definitive guide
A look back at the biggest technology stories of the year
NASA captures, quite literally, gravity's rainbow.
Its length? A tweet-friendly 138 characters.
A new study may have found exoplanets that are warmer and waterier than our own.