More bicyclists are dying in collisions with cars. And a lot of those bikers are male, drunk and not wearing a helmet.
Lawyers at the State Department have banned high-profile U.S. diplomats from participating in the fundraising phenomenon that has swept social media in recent weeks.
In about one-third of U.S. households, the sound of a phone or doorbell ringing may trigger a desire to duck.
The NCAA has reached a settlement with former athletes that provides $75 million for medical monitoring and research into head injuries. The settlement also calls for a change in the way schools handle head trauma.
New federal regulations will be announced Monday that aim to reduce carbon dioxide emissions from power plants.
Looking back at as much as a century’s worth of records researchers found that while the performance of racing horses and greyhounds has stagnated for decades, humans have continued to improve.
During the course of an experiment, students at McGill University in Montreal noticed something odd: Rodents didn’t seem to be showing signs of pain if they were handled by male students.
A regional director of the National Labor Relations Board ruled that Northwestern University athletes are employees of the school and are allowed to form a union.
Runners trying to reach home plate – and the catchers who often try to block them – will have to follow new rules that are meant to cut the risk of injuries from collisions, after Major League Baseball and the Major League Baseball Players Association agreed on changing the rules today.
An organization representing 40,000 private schools in Pakistan says it has decided to ban I Am Malala, a memoir written by Malala Yousafzai, the teenager shot by the Taliban for promoting the education of girls.