Living

Living

Hundreds of millipedes crashed a train in Australia

And it wasn't the first time this has happened, either.

Climate & Energy

$1,000 question: Did the population bomb ever explode?

Paul Sabin's new book "The Bet" recounts an archetypal conflict between Paul Ehrlich and Julian Simon. On the line: $1,000 and the future of the planet.

Living

Rent this chicken

Owning backyard chickens isn't exactly a pile of roses. Why not rent?

Politics

Science confirms: Politics wrecks your ability to do math

A new study finds that even how you solve a difficult math problem can depend on your politics.

Living

The week in GIFs: Boobies, birds, and Big Coal

Seriously, what's with THIS WEEK this week?!

Living

Oops: Illegal carcinogen found in nearly 100 shampoos

You’d think something you slather on your head wouldn’t include a suspected carcinogen. Unfortunately, you’d be wrong.

Living

Watch animal sounds put to electronic dance music in this bizarre video

You'll never look at foxes the same way again.

Food

Food, fatherhood, & fear: Documentary wades into GMO debate with honest emotions

Jeremy Seifert's "GMO OMG" explores genetically modified food through an intimate, emotional lens: Should he feed it to his family?

Cities

Parking rules raise your rent

City requirements for off-street parking spaces jack up rents.