A new study suggests that hunting dogs' barks convey emotional information about the animals they see.
More than 90% of human faces are home to mites that live in our skin pores. These friendly guests might be merging with us.
Before the war, medical experts treated the body as a sum of its parts. Conditions like wound shock and brain damage called for a change in perspective.
This representation of the Bamum kingdom is a rare example of early 20th-century indigenous African cartography.
The German-American cartoonist introduced the idea that Santa Claus traveled with a sleigh and reindeer.
After the German election, will the nation continue to "muddle through" successfully enough to lead Europe?
There are good historical reasons why Germans are suspicious of surveillance.
Many of his criticisms ring true today.
Even 1500 years after the fall of Rome, its western border can still be seen on German street maps.
The “Euro Night Sprinter” map is utopian, but Europe’s rail future could look a lot like it.
Solving the supply chain crisis before the global economy tanks is going to require many creative approaches. Flexport’s Ryan Petersen has one that just might work.
More than 20% Americans live in a state with access to a medically assisted death.
Spotty connectivity isn’t going to jeopardize Ukraine’s drone attacks.
At very high and very low temperatures, matter takes on properties that open up an entire Universe of remarkable new possibilities.
This might help you make it to the end of Herman Melville’s 19th century classic.
All marbled crayfish descended from a single clone discovered in Heidelberg, Germany in 1995.
It could permanently lower cholesterol — and permanently reduce your risk of having a heart attack.
Think leisure is pointless?
A Nazi institute produced a Bible without the Old Testament that portrayed Jesus as an Aryan hero fighting Jewish people.
Researchers devise a record-breaking laser transmission that avoids atmospheric interference.