If abortion becomes illegal, digital surveillance could take a darker turn. Data from apps that track reproductive health could be used against you.
Mercedes-Benz is telling the owners of more than 292,000 vehicles in the U.S. to stop driving them because the brakes could fail.
Meat demand is still going strong despite soaring inflation, according to second-quarter results from Tyson Foods Inc.
Tests found PFAS in school uniforms, pillows, upholstered furniture and other items that are often next to children’s skin and near noses and mouths.
Those tasked with preventing and battling wildfires could soon have a new tool to add to their arsenal: artificial intelligence. And space.
Bad news for guacamole lovers, especially on Cinco de Mayo: Avocado prices are through the roof.
There are currently no effective tests to screen for ovarian cancer. But that doesn’t mean there aren’t ways to recognize and prevent it.
Many teens have reported a sense of temporary relief after self-harm episodes. But there are ways to help replace these behaviors with healthy ones.
If you’ve wondered how to set up a crowdfunding campaign for a passion project, here are some tips for building a successful one.
Measuring the time it takes for a radio wave to leave radar and return tells us how far away a storm is.
Seventy-six: It's the number of tornadoes the Jackson, Mississippi, area experienced in less than five weeks.
A new tool can help gun owners and family members plan ahead for safe firearm use and transfers in case of disability or death: The Firearm Life Plan.
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Intense hurricanes and typhoons could more than double by 2050 in nearly all regions of the world because of climate change, scientists reported.
With the price of regular unleaded gas still in the $4-a-gallon range, the comparative price of premium is kind of a bargain at many stations. Really.
Southwest wildfires forced evacuations, tightened resources tonight: Hundreds fled as relentless winds pushed flames to the edge of a poplar college town and tourist haven.
A professor proposed a better way to predict the damages of a hurricane — do away with the wind scale in favor of measuring surface pressure.
A poll found 1 in 3 Americans said they were affected by some kind of extreme weather in the last 2 years and they see the climate crisis as a threat.
A judge appointed by former President Donald Trump had issued a nationwide injunction against the requirement in January.