Business, civic coalitions pick up where the federal and state governments fall short.
A look at the real-life science of the spacecraft and mission in the book and movie.
In Alabama, a positive drug test can have dire repercussions for pregnant women and new mothers. Their newborns can be taken from them. They can lose custody of their other children.
When a retired police officer told Deb Anderson about the Jane Doe in her small town of Blue Earth, she couldn’t believe someone could die unidentified.
Payment initiatives and increasing patient expectations are slowly forcing changes, encouraging doctors to be better listeners and more sensitive to patients’ needs.
Even a seemingly neutral price model can potentially lead to inadvertent bias — bias that’s hard for consumers to detect and even harder to challenge or prove.
In the oil fields of Alexander, North Dakota, people had, at best, only a dim memory of hearing something bad about the trailers on the late night news.
Prisoner advocates praise the new policies but continue to push for ending severe isolation, which many liken to torture.
The Northern Grapes Project is trying to grow wine grapes where summers are short and winters brutal. Scientists who are breeding the grapes say the wine is improving every year.
Though Yelp has become synonymous with restaurant and store reviews, an analysis of its health profiles shows some interesting trends.
The oceans are not silent. In fact, they are louder than ever. And that, scientists believe, is a problem.
The U.S. government doesn’t consider the B61-12 to be new – simply an upgrade of an existing weapon. But some contend that it is far more than that.
The answer: No one knows the price of government red tape, including the government.
The dangers of the widely used Coumadin have drawn relatively little scrutiny, perhaps because the drug has clear benefits.
Social scientists hope that studying thriving young Katrina survivors will give them insights into the recovery process for adolescents as well as into the long-term effects of disasters on children.
Heavy trucks make up a fraction of the vehicles on the road, but they are involved in a disproportionate share of accidents that kill bicyclists and pedestrians.
Even as the group has publicly celebrated its work, insider accounts detail a string of failures.