New York and Philadelphia top the list of urban areas with great gaps in pollution exposure between whites and non-whites.
An effort to turn neglected spaces into pleasant zones for taking a load off.
Anybody see any problems with this weird underwater design?
The exhibit next heads to Los Angeles, and then all over the world (well, maybe).
One more sign of the coming "Golden Age of Gondolas"?
How "walkable coffee shops" might foster a better sense of community.
Spending more time on the social-networking site is associated with having a worse body image, researchers say.
It's like Mario if the power-ups were crack pipes and the Goombas were cops and reporters.
These photo manipulations may inspire feelings of nausea, dizziness, and impending doom.
Ukraine's "Mustang Wanted" continues to amaze with rooftop stunts like dangling a woman high above traffic.
Also, public bathrooms learn to text and soccer fans make a toilet-paper Niagara Falls.
Where are people relocating from and where are they heading?
For the performance benefits, of course.
Six decades of twister tracks shows that some places get hit again and again.
An oceanic model shows how far and wide last night's earthquake-triggered tsunami has traveled.
What patterns emerge when you plot 75,000 rides in the nation's largest bike-share program?
Viewed under an electron microscope, smog can look like snowflakes.
The large swath of corn running through the United States "boasts more photosynthetic activity than any other spot on Earth," says NASA.
It's what James Bond would do, apparently.