For the endangered Kemp's ridley sea turtle, every individual matters. A team of veterinarians and biologists has formed a network along the Gulf Coast to save injured sea turtles and the species.
Judge Harlin Hale found that the gun group wasn't acting in 'good faith' when it filed for bankruptcy.
Are the descriptions of war passed down by ancient historians accurate? A site in Sicily provided a rare chance to fact-check stories told about two battles from more than 2,400 years ago.
The law continues to treat intimate partner violence like a bar fight – considering only what happened in a given violent incident. But domestic violence isn't about just physical violence.
Free speech is a long American tradition -- but so are attempts to restrict free speech. A First Amendment scholar writes about measures a century ago to silence those criticizing government.
States led by Republican governors generally had higher COVID-19 case and death rates in 2020.
Fetal brains are changing rapidly over the course of pregnancy, but so are the brains of mothers-to-be. Neuroscience research shows one way worry can start taking hold – and a simple way to help.
An early childhood education expert explains what's in the proposal and why it's not really a partisan issue.
Rejoining the Trans-Pacific Partnership would boost trade in Southeast Asia, counter China and help show the world the US is back.
Myanmar's culture values men over women – and the military, which staged a Feb. 1 coup, brutally enforces the patriarchy. But Gen Z democracy activists are busting stereotypes with their struggle.
Cascatelli, the world's newest pasta shape, is shaped like a waterfall and designed to hold a generous quantity of sauce.
The Biden administration has a goal of getting from today's 42 megawatts of offshore wind power to nearly 30,000 by the end of the decade, but there are still obstacles ahead.
A select group of charter schools have adopted a "no-excuses" philosophy. A forthcoming book shines the light on the drawbacks of that approach.
Both are essential on a farm, but the costs are making it harder for young farmers to grow their businesses.
Each state has its own rules for which vaccines kids must have to attend school and the reasons students can opt out.
Because little scientific evidence exists for trans medical treatments, doctors are often wary when working with trans people, even if they realize it's in the patients' best interests to do so.
When something is free, people use a lot of it. Economists are urging governments to compute values for natural resources – wildlife, plants, air, water – to create motives for protecting them.
Fragmented authority for national cyber defense and the vulnerabilities of private companies that control software and infrastructure stack the deck against US cybersecurity.
The wealthy textile manufacturer harbored ambitions that went far beyond the well-being of his own workforce and depleted his fortune.
The federal government spends about US$2,500 a year on child care and early education per child under 5, about half of the European average.