Here’s How Scientists Think Coronavirus Spreads from Bats to Humans
Bats carry tons of viruses, but they don't usually get sick from them.
The Scientist Hunting for Cave Crystals to Understand Climate Change
These 30,000-year-old crystals formed when permafrost melted in the last Ice Age.
Turkey's Offensive Against the Kurds in Syria is Underway and Already Deadly
President Erdoğan launched airstrikes and sent in troops after Trump pulled U.S. forces from the region, abandoning a key ally in the fight against ISIS.
Feral Hogs Are Tearing Up Texas. So People Are Shooting Them from Helicopters.
Did someone say 30 to 50 feral hogs? More like 6-9 million.
This 14-Year-Old Climate Activist Is Giving Up School to Save the World
"World leaders have failed us," says 8th grader Alexandria Villaseñor.
The U.S. Government Made Fireworks Explosion Porn Just For You
Before setting off fireworks, please use your melon.
The war to ratify the Equal Rights Amendment just took a hit. But the battle isn't over.
Only one more state needs to ratify the Equal Rights Amendment, which aims to ban sex discrimination.
No U.S. state legislature has ever been majority-women — until now
Nevada's 80th legislative session kicked off Monday with 32 women serving in the Legislature — and only 31 men.
The Supreme Court fight over this rare frog could change the fate of all endangered species
The dusky gopher frog is on the brink of extinction, and protecting timber land is its best chance at survival.
Here's how much Americans bitterly disagree about the Mueller investigation
One year into Mueller's investigation, Democrats and Republicans are crazy divided over the probe.
The Castro era just officially ended in Cuba
86-year-old Raúl Castro stepped down after 10 years as Cuba’s president.
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How one Parkland teacher is making sure the #neveragain movement never stops
She's helping build an organization through the American Federation of Teachers
Erica K. Landau