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A true crime story 70 million years in the making. We’ll go inside the perilous and riveting world of fossil hunters.
Thanks to climate change, perhaps only one or two more generations will be able to experience the beauty and solitude of the Charles River, writes Fred Hewett.
The average annual temperature of America’s national parks increased twice as fast as the country as a whole between 1895 and 2010.
From which toothpaste brand to buy to which political candidate to vote for, people make up their minds — and change them — all the time.
Harmful algae blooms happen regularly in lakes and ponds across Kansas. Health officials only know the basics about what's causing them.
ICESat-2, or Ice, Cloud and Land Elevation Satellite, can detect changes in the height of ice sheets down to a sixth of an inch — about the width of a...
CBD products are all the rage. What you need to know about the marijuana ingredient that’s being used for conditions including insomnia, anxiety and epilepsy.
Open offices are designed to encourage more effective collaboration. But many people who work in them choose to isolate themselves instead.
"It's hard to describe it in any any other way than deception if you're promoting something as if it works, but there's actually human data to suggest it doesn't."
Hurricane Florence is headed toward land. We'll discuss the latest on the storm.
"It's an opioid epidemic, it's a very serious thing, and I think some people get to a very desperate place ... conventional treatment doesn't work, and they do this."
With Hurricane Florence bearing down on the East Coast, is it time for a radical rethink on what it means to be prepared?
For centuries, nations with "empire-building ambitions" have turned to science to help achieve their goals, astrophysicist Neil deGrasse Tyson tells Here & Now's Jeremy Hobson.
Here & Now's Lisa Mulins talks with Ed Struzik, a fellow at Queens University in Ontario who was on a research vessel that ran aground in the Arctic.
The researchers find that they can use drugs to mimic the effects of exercise in mice with Alzheimer's disease -- but it will be years before that could possibly happen...
More than 3 million Americans suffer from stuttering. There's no cure, but some treatments can help minimize the effect.
"I think a lot of students who are very high-achieving have this mind-set that the less sleep you get, the cooler you are," one student says.
The study used the observations of parents, who critics say could be politically biased or against their children identifying as transgender.
With an LVAD heart device, it's a classically complex medical decision: Statistically, you’re likely to do better, but there’s a serious chance you’ll be made seriously worse.
Tests indicate dead seals found in New England tested positive for avian flu and phocine distemper, NOAA says.