Alaska Oil Pipeline Faces Big Scrutiny After Small Spill

The Trans-Alaska Pipeline System, which transports crude oil from the largest reserve in the United States to a navigable port, is in trouble.

The Trans-Alaska Pipeline System, which transports crude oil from the largest reserve in the United States to a navigable port, is in trouble.

Snakes on Your Plane? Serpents Are Frequent Fliers Too

In the new horror movie Snakes on a Plane, which slithers into theaters this Friday, hundreds of deadly snakes are set loose inside an airplane, where they proceed to attack the passengers.

In the new horror movie Snakes on a Plane, which slithers into theaters this Friday, hundreds of deadly snakes are set loose inside an airplane, where they proceed to attack the passengers.

Wine’s Benefit Knows No Color

More than a decade ago, a landmark study drove home a message that resonated with wine lovers everywhere: Drink red wine in moderation to lower your risk for a heart attack. Now, new results suggest that some white wines protect the heart just as well, at least in rats.

More than a decade ago, a landmark study drove home a message that resonated with wine lovers everywhere: Drink red wine in moderation to lower your risk for a heart attack. Now, new results suggest that some white wines protect the heart just as well, at least in rats.

Web 2.0, meet Astroturf 2.0

A new report from the non-profit group Common Cause details the ways that industry groups are setting up fake grassroots organizations (aka “astroturf” organizations) to join the fight against Net neutrality legislation.

A new report from the non-profit group Common Cause details the ways that industry groups are setting up fake grassroots organizations (aka "astroturf" organizations) to join the fight against Net neutrality legislation.