Six months and 200,000 American deaths later, the president is telling his supporters that coronavirus is no big deal.
Humans tend to fare poorly at predicting how we are going to feel in the future—and often totally misjudge what will make us happy.
We've been scared of radio waves since the 1950s, and we've feared the invisible much longer than that.
A new trend sees Britain’s universities offer Instagram influencers paid-partnerships to endorse institutions they didn’t study at.
The compounding effects of overexploitation and climate change put fish and those who catch them at risk, even in a country with one of the most diverse marine ecosystems on earth.
Researchers are examining whether the "extreme feelings" prompted by horror flicks could benefit our mental health, now that every day is terrifying.