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Were Volcanoes Ice Age Refuges for Life?
New research suggests that volcanoes and other geothermal refuges may have sheltered life in Antarctica during glacial periods.
Invasive Asian Carp Found Breeding in "Surprising" Location
The notorious Asian carp has been found in the upper Mississippi.
Why It's Taking So Long to Find Missing Malaysia Airlines Plane
The jet is now believed to have changed course after it went missing. So searchers may have been looking in the wrong place.
Scientists Track a Great White Shark Across the Atlantic for the First Time
A white shark nicknamed Lydia is the first of her species to be tracked across the Atlantic Ocean.
California Drought Dries Up Hydro, But Power Stays On
Drought has dried hydropower production in California, long a U.S. leader in river-driven electricity generation. But solar, wind, natural gas, and planning have kept the lights on.
How a Leopard Seal Fed Me Penguins
Paul Nicklen says the assignment that put him face to face with a toothy leopard seal "will stay with me forever."
River Algae Known as Rock Snot Boosted by Climate Change?
A type of algae that's carpeting rivers and lakes worldwide is likely spreading due to our warmer climate, a new study says.
Genghis Khan's Secret Weapon Was Rain
How did the Mongols build an empire? Tree-ring studies suggest that a run of bountiful rains gave them the resources to invade and conquer.
Are Malcolm Gladwell's 10,000 Hours of Practice Really All You Need?
Practice makes perfect, but mastery might require something more than 10,000 hours of trying.
Elephants Know How Dangerous We Are From How We Speak
A new study of elephants in Kenya's Amboseli park reveals that they can tell from how we speak just who poses the greatest danger.
Why Do 16th-Century Manuscripts Show Cats With Flaming Backpacks?
Illustrations in 16th-century artillery manuals show how to use cats to attack a city.
What Caused the California Earthquake? Faults Explained
What was that you felt? Faults deep underground produce different kinds of earthquakes.
Stunning Time-Lapse Video Shows Rare Views of Yosemite
Two photographers travel far from the beaten path to capture time-lapse photos of Yosemite in all seasons.
Q&A: Neil deGrasse Tyson Unveils the Cosmos
Astrophysicist Neil deGrasse Tyson isn't stepping into Carl Sagan's shoes in the new Cosmos. He's stepping up to awe and amaze us.
Behind the News: Why a High-Protein Diet in Middle Age May Increase Risk of Death
A new study shows that eating a diet high in protein during middle age can significantly increase the chance of dying from cancer.
5 Surprising Facts About the Iditarod Dog Sled Race
The Iditarod dogsled race started on Sunday—here's what you might not know about the so-called last great race.
Women are just as good at farming as men, says the UN Food and Agriculture Organization. But with less access to resources, they get much lower yields.
Bindi Irwin Takes Heat for New SeaWorld Project
Steve Irwin's daughter Bindi gets caught up in Blackfish controversy.
Week in Space: Galaxies Whirl, Stars Spin, and Rockets Race
A trip across space takes us from Iowa's skies to the far reaches of distant galaxies in the week's best space pictures.
Study Says Cahokia, America's First City, Was a Melting Pot
Analysis of teeth from 87 ancient Cahokians indicates that massive immigration may have driven the city's explosive growth.
Dark Skin May Have Evolved to Protect Against Skin Cancer
Darwin and others said skin cancer couldn't influence the evolution of skin color. A new study makes the case that it did.
Deep Water May Have Surrounded Ancient Mars Mountain
Lattice-like "boxwork" rocks shaped by water have marked a Martian mountain. How did so much water end up so high?
Can Babies Be "Cured" of HIV?
This infant is the second HIV-infected baby in recent years to test negative for the virus after aggressive treatments.
Are Calorie Counts on Nutrition Labels Making Us Fat?
Nutrition labels mislead consumers about how many calories they're getting from whole versus processed foods, says one scientist.
Q&A: How to Make Money From Climate Change
McKenzie Funk's new book "Windfall" documents how businesses hope to make money from climate change.