Demand and financing could collapse before the sea consumes a single house.
Neuroscientist Shane O’Mara believes that plenty of regular walking unlocks the cognitive powers of the brain like nothing else. He explains why you should exchange your gym kit for a pair of comfy shoes and get strolling.
Largely self-taught, Adams learned to harness the communicative power of photography during his years in marketing.
Break down your goals and concentrate on the process, the results will speak for themselves.
Are social media and selfie culture killing the outdoors? Nah... but as a visit to some overshared spots reveals, they’re challenging our notions about whether there’s a right way to appreciate nature—and who gets to do it.
Trying to get an up close and personal look at the solar system's gas giants is a tricky and dangerous journey.
A suspect in one of Germany’s biggest financial frauds talked of assembling a Libyan militia and bragged of adventures with Russian troops.
On a warming planet, heat hurts communities of color more. But Phoenix is finding ways to cool down.
If no one ever built a skyscraper ever again, anywhere, who would truly miss them? I ask, because the engineer Tim Snelson, of the design consultancy Arup, has just blown a hole in any claim they might have had to be environmentally sustainable.
Researchers in Singapore developed a system that’s sort of like noise-canceling headphones for your whole apartment.
Works of art that were once radical tend to find their cozy place in the cultural ecosystem.
Elizabeth I is famous for her face powder. Why she wore it and whether it poisoned her is complicated.
No matter how serious you take your annual deep clean, even the most diligent neat freaks among us can be forgetful sometimes.
Taking a baby camping? Intimidating, yes—but if you equip yourself with a bit of know-how, mitigate risk, and practice overall good judgement, a night in the woods with a tot in tow is not only possible, but is also actually rollicking good fun.
Tiny, dense forests are springing up around Europe as part of a movement aimed at restoring biodiversity and fighting the climate crisis.
Workers across nine industries reflect on paying the bills, filling their days, and — as the clock on expanded federal benefits begins to run out — facing an economy dramatically changed.
Some people suddenly become accomplished artists or musicians with no previous interest or training. Is it possible innate genius lies dormant within everyone?
Good bread is pretty much a given around Europe. In small villages and large metropolises alike, bakeries continue to be fairly commonplace and lots of folks still eat bread on a daily basis.
Advice for how to get fit and healthy is often confusing. But there are some simple truths.