A hot, dry summer on the heels of a wet winter raises the risk of wildfires.
Both men have faced criticism about what can appear to be obvious signs of aging, including questions about their memory and cognitive abilities.
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Giving students a voice in decision-making helps foster well-being, research has found.
With a dramatic political history, radio is today the number one source of news in Africa.
Faith and reason are often treated as opposites. But some philosophers believe they can only strengthen each other, including the Jewish sage Maimonides, who wrote the famous ‘Guide to the Perplexed.’
Arable land has been destroyed, as have food production sites. But even before the current operation in Gaza, Palestinians there suffered high rates of food insecurity.
As the former general settles into office, a further gradual dismantling of democratic checks and balances, institutions and individual freedoms is very likely.
The S&P 500 topped 5,000 on Feb. 9, 2024, for the first time. The Dow Jones Industrial Average will probably hit a new big round number soon too.
Donald Trump has threatened to not defend some NATO countries if Russia attacks them. But the US also benefits from the power that NATO gives it, as well as the stability it helped create in Europe.
The organisms living in your gut microbiome can influence your mental and physical health. Researchers have developed a way to better test for those biological effects.
An overdose death in Boulder County, Colorado, was linked to a powerful new formulation of a designer drug never approved for use in humans.
You can free yourself from some of the time you spend online in as little as four weeks.
The colorful bubble letters have attracted praise and condemnation, with taggers seeing their work as a gift to the city, while others decry it as rampant vandalism.
You can donate to environmental charities and even purchase carbon offsets, but not having an additional child typically has a much greater impact.
The Turkish government started sending imams to Germany in the 1980s, but under a new agreement, imams will be trained in Germany instead.
Hard rock minerals like gold, silver, copper and lithium on public lands belong to the American public, but under a 150-year-old law, the US gives them away for free.
Dream researcher Başak Türker explains how she was able to communicate with people while they were dreaming. Listen to The Conversation Weekly podcast.
Brain-computer interface devices have the potential to boost users’ autonomy, especially for people who experience paralysis. But that comes with risks, as well.
Artificial intelligence systems that can handle the pressure of high-speed auto racing could lead to driverless vehicles that can safely manage the morning commute.