Forensic anthropologists do facial reconstruction from remains of two crewmen found on the USS Monitor
The evolution of disgust
A dispatch from Brazil’s revolution in child survival
Face to face with slavery in the North
There's more to a mountain than the summit.
Evidence that doing good feels good.
Recently identified subspecies ranges farther than first imagined: across Africa.
An archaeologist ponders the fate of Hoover Dam
Two years after its big quake, Christchurch is still trembling.
The saw-whet owl, among the smallest owls in North America, once thought a year-round resident of northern territories, now migrates as far south as Virginia.
By the 1920s, California had lost all of its grizzly bears—once considered a distinct species and an emblem of the state.
Preconceptions skew our view of the biggest killer in the developed world, atherosclerosis.
Across the Pacific Ocean, plastics, plastics, everywhere