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Many small towns live for their football team. In Eldon, the football team lives for its town.
A study on "psychopath aesthetics" challenges the film industry's trope that monsters listen to classical music.
Joshua Gordon talks about his plans for research and the challenges of finding more effective treatments for mental illness.
Clouds are not just baubles in blue skies, but scientific wonders that affect life on Earth.
Altruism in times of crisis is about connecting with others.
After the mass shooting in Las Vegas, thousands of people could need trauma counseling in a state that has minimal resources for that.
The skeleton was buried with a sword, ax, arrows, spear, knife and shields — equipment that long “blinded” archaeologists to its gender.
The power stayed on even as Hurricane Irma blew through.
With Hurricane Irma taking direct aim at Florida, the state's hospitals have been clearing out patients for days.
"They will be very noticeable because of their sheer numbers and because they are vicious biters,” one entomologist warned.