Why They Stray: The Evolutionary Advantages of Infidelity
It went against most everything scientists thought they knew at the time, but when Cornell University researchers studied the mating habits of bobolinks 30 years ago, they saw that it wasn’t just the males who were fooling around on the side. The females were too—and for good reason.
What’s Wild? The Battle for Nature in the 21st Century
It's conservationist against conservationist as those that care most about biodiversity and wilderness argue over the best way to manage and protect what little we have left.
How Many Americans Would Quit Working if They Didn't Need Health Care?
A new study on unlocking health insurance from employment created fears of a widespread rush for welfare benefits. But what it will really do is open the door to a freer pursuit of better jobs.
The Hunt for Cougars: Do They Really Exist? Where Are They?
There are cougars—older women seeking younger swains—out there, research confirms, but don't expect them to start paying your bills once landed.