Personal health data, like the kind shared on period tracking apps, may be used in court if abortion protections are overturned.
Some argue that it’s safer, cheaper, and better for science if robots take the place of astronauts.
A global collaboration of 300 scientists unveils the second-ever picture of a black hole, the Milky Way’s own supermassive Sagittarius A*.
As national park campgrounds see rising demand, the reservation system is only increasing inequities.
A new carbon removal industry is booming, but how much should we rely on it—and invest in it—to reach our climate goals?