Earlier this week, the Bulletin of Atomic Scientists announced that the Doomsday Clock wouldn’t tick any closer to midnight, but…
The Bulletin of Atomic Scientists wants you to think about it every year, but is their methodology still relevant?
This online looping 12-second film shows what a day means for the planet.
A lucky coincidence happened this weekend—and it’s good news for anyone who likes beautiful pictures from space. On…
Jonas. Snowzilla. David Snowie.
They’re one of the best products put out by the NWS. But they have a certain style.
A major snowstorm is barreling toward the mid-Atlantic states. In D.C. in particular, it looks like it could dump…
The meteorologist who wrote the book on northeast snowstorms says this system looks like “the big one.”
At least in the short-term
“Our brand of democracy is hard,” said President Barack Obama on Tuesday night, during his final State of the…
In another aggressive measure to fight climate change, the White House halts all new mining projects on federal lands.
A new book collects their business cards in all their well-designed detail.
It depends what happens to The Philadelphia Inquirer and the Daily News.
December was a weird month on planet Earth.
A search engine can be a great source of lyrics.
Way back on October 21, 2015, people all over the world celebrated Back to the Future Day: The date when…
The micro-blogging service is at its best when it adopts user-invented hacks.
Today I tried to answer a grammar question that has long vexed us here at The Atlantic: What’s the plural…
There is a correct answer, but no one has agreed on it yet.
An important contribution to one of the great disputes of our time