Many of the companies promising "net-zero" emissions to protect the climate are relying on vast swaths of forests and what are known as carbon offsets to meet that goal.
It is common to hear news reports about large data breaches, but what happens once your personal data is stolen?
The verdicts in a high-profile, monthslong trial of Oath Keepers militia members were, as one defense lawyer acknowledged, "a mixed bag."
Twitter's decision to no longer enforce its COVID-19 misinformation policy, quietly posted on the site's rules page and listed as effective Nov. 23, 2022, has researchers and experts in public health seriously concerned about the possible repercussions.
Tropical cyclones have been growing stronger worldwide over the past 30 years, and not just the big ones that you hear about.
When the Biden administration announced in August 2022 that it was canceling up to $20,000 in student loan debt per borrower, it said the idea was to provide families with "breathing room as they prepare to start repaying loans after the economic crisis brought on by the pandemic."
Traditionally, studies must be read and critiqued by at least two independent experts before they can be published in a scientific journal -- a process known as "peer review."
If you look back at the history of Atlantic hurricanes since the late 1800s, it might seem hurricane frequency is on the rise.
Without adequate B12 in the body, overall health and quality of life are negatively affected.