NASA's decision to open the International Space Station to commerce, including space tourism, could compromise the agency's work, writes Joelle Renstrom.
Agriculture is both a casualty and a cause of climate change, writes Frederick Hewett.
The propaganda device awkwardly suggests that the export of U.S. gas liberates nations like Poland and Ukraine from having to buy fuel from Russia, writes Frederick Hewett.
As climate change poses a creeping danger to our communities, the public needs unfiltered dialogue between scientists and the press, writes Miles Howard.
The media must treat climate change as the pervasive challenge infusing every aspect of life, with its impact evident on every beat, writes Julie Wittes Schlack.
Dr. C. Nicholas Cuneo writes about two children -- one in Haiti, one in Oregon -- infected with tetanus. It's easier to fix the U.S. problem.
Patients languish in pain, waiting for treatment, while their doctors hunt down test results from other hospitals. But Boston can fix this problem, writes Dr. Pranay Sinha.
Why all this effort to see such a rare celestial object? asks Marcia Bartusiak. Studying the black hole may tell us how our galaxy first emerged into the universe.
Recalibrating the world for sustainability and economic justice will not come from taking polite baby steps, writes Miles Howard.
The state of the union is indeed sad when the president believes socialism is a bigger threat than climate change, writes Frederick Hewett.
Let's be really clear: Vape pens and e-cigarettes are not safe for anyone -- particularly not children and young adults.
Most years, a shot can reduce your chances of flu by 50 to 70 percent.
Much of the recent coverage has derided Trump’s actions as emblematic of his disregard for climate science. But that's missing the point.
Can environmental protection only be bought on the backs of society’s neediest?
Roger Goodell has made it clear throughout his term as commissioner that his primary purpose is to “protect the shield.” And that's exactly what he's done, writes Bill Littlefield.
Talking about the economy or human rights without acknowledging climate change isn’t just an oversight, writes Miles Howard, it’s a failure to engage with today's greatest challenge.
The climate debate underway in Paris offers lessons for the United States, which will sooner or later face the same issues, writes Frederick Hewett.
The feeling of being threatened is so pervasive, we need to find ways to manage it, writes Marni Chanoff. Understanding the physiology of fear and its impact is a good...
The threat of climate change shouldn’t be faced by Boston taxpayers and property owners alone, write Bradley Campbell and Vivien Li. Developers and the business community must do their fair...
It’s great that the retired racecar driver is encouraging athletes to acknowledge their concussions. But Earnhardt is on shakier ground when he maintains that brain injuries can be “healed like...