What makes something funny? We’re got some theories, and a few jokes.
Using the same method that produced Dolly the sheep, researchers in China were able to successfully clone healthy monkeys. We're looking at this scientific leap.
UFOs. The Pentagon. A covert program revealed. The search for the unexplained. Is the truth out there? Really?
What it’s like to be a dog. We talk with animal neuroscientist Gregory Berns.
Wildfires have been raging in the West this summer. We'll talk changing climate, wildfires, and how the Trump presidency is dealing with these challenges in Spokane and beyond.
Damage, rebuilding and charitable giving after Irma. We’ll add up the dollars.
Harvey wreaks havoc on the Texas Gulf Coast. We’ll have the latest and talk with top meteorologists about big storms now.
Depression is up among teenage girls. We’ll look at the latest research and how to help.
Men and friendship. By middle age, many have too little of it. And it’s a threat to men’s health.
Eclipse mania sweeps the nation. We’ll dig into the science, the history, the culture, and the folklore of the astronomical phenomenon.
NASA’s hiring a planetary protection officer – a job to protect Earth against alien microbial contamination.
Move over T-Rex, there’s a new heavyweight champion of dinosaurs. Say hello to Patagotitan.
Leslie's family lived in constant fear of genetic disease. New research is giving her hope.
After the blockbuster announcement a U.S. team successfully edited human embryos come the tough medical and ethical questions.
Wider crackdowns and opposition leaders seized from their homes. What’s next for Venezuela?
Investors are forking over big bucks to invest in the faux meat industry. Will this save the planet and humanity? And how does it taste?
Inside the Trump administration’s internal battle over the Paris Climate accord. Will the U.S. pull out?
The psychology and science of social awkwardness. How to embrace your own quirks and idiosyncrasies to become the best version of yourself.
Alternative medicine expert Dr. Andrew Weil says we take too much medication, and it’s hurting us more than we know. He says there are better options.
It’s not just Flint. More cities have dangerous lead levels in their drinking water. We’ll look at where and what’s going on.