According to Uber's first-ever safety report, there were 3,045 sexual assaults and nine murders during Uber rides last year.
China's version of 23andMe includes longevity, skincare advice, and—though the company isn't clear if it's shared—Uighur ancestry.
Amid a measles outbreak in Samoa, officials ask the unvaccinated to mark their homes with red flags to alert vaccinators.
Related: More than 140,000 people died from measles worldwide in 2018, and infection rates this year are higher compared to 2018.
“I have to remind myself why we’re stinging. Like I have to seriously look for it when I’m in that much pain.” Running out of options, some Lyme patients are turning to bee stings in hopes of disease remission.
A Texas judge has halted a crowdfunded border wall, ruling it would do "imminent and irreparable harm" to the National Butterfly Center.
A lawsuit filed by two US documentary groups says the immigration policy of reviewing social media profiles obstructs their work.
“GreatSchools ratings effectively penalize schools that serve largely low-income students and those serving largely black and Hispanic students.”
After a year of Bolsonaro, photos of the extent of new Amazon deforestation, which totals more than 3,700 square miles.
The eye-popping colors of China’s Yuncheng Salt Lake may be due to pollution.
Landscape paintings that capture nature's intricate details, by Naomi White.
Rehearsal footage of David Bowie and his band in September 1974, synched to "Right" from Young Americans.
“[The designer] rode the length of every train line with his eyes closed, feeling the curve of each track and then drawing the path he perceived in his sketchbook.” How the New York City subway map came into being.
In 1948, the "Paramount Decrees" ruled movie producers couldn't own cinemas. Their expected rollback threatens small theaters.
Researchers believe a Latin-to-English translation of Tacitus’s Annals was authored by Queen Elizabeth I.
The best-selling single of every decade back to 14,000 BCE.