A Bike Path For The Entire East Coast?

One organization is working to connect cities and towns from Maine to Florida with protected trails.

Why TV Shows Are Darker Than They’ve Ever Been

No, literally. Why has the cinematography on TV's prestige dramas gotten darker and darker?

Most Women Prefer To Go Bare Down There

For years, gynecologists have had a bird’s-eye view on a phenomenon that is now so popular as to be almost commonplace: female genitalia, bereft of hair.

EgyptAir Flight 804 Data Recorder Indicates Smoke in Bathroom, Avionics Bay

Information pulled from EgyptAir Flight 804's data recorder suggests smoke may have been detected in the lavatory and avionics bay in the moments before the doomed flight plunged into the Mediterranean Sea on May 19, the Egyptian government said today.

Your Brain Is On Autopilot More Than You Think

It isn't that we're making bad decisions. More often, we aren't even aware there's a decision to make.

Light Pollution Made Spring Arrive One Week Early

City lights are speeding up the lifecycle of woodland trees in England, new study shows, officially kicking off spring one week early.

How Salaries Have Changed By Job Type Since the 1960s

This chart below shows the spread for major occupation groups, for several decades. Imagine you randomly select 50 people from each group, and this is what their annual income probably looks like.

WW2 Jewish Escape Tunnel Uncovered In Lithuania's Ponar Forest

A tunnel dug out with spoons by Jewish prisoners escaping Nazi captors in World War Two has been uncovered in Lithuania's Ponar forest.

What If We Replaced School With A Bot?

Today on Flash Forward: A future without schools. Instead of gathering students into a room and teaching them, everybody learns on their own time, on tablets and guided by artificial intelligence.