73 people died from selfies in the first eight months of 2016 alone.
Without an unlikely boost from government policy, electric vehicles aren’t likely to rule the roads anytime soon.
The defeat of carbon pricing in Washington State contrasts with its northern neighbor, where carbon taxes are now the rule.
Funding for the NIH has had bipartisan support, but Trump has called the agency “terrible.”
The new president’s FCC is likely to ignore or overturn Obama’s net neutrality rules.
Several companies are taking advantage of the lack of restrictions on testing autonomous vehicles in China.
As long as natural gas remains cheap and plentiful, none of the president-elect’s regulatory changes can bring coal roaring back.
The social network may not want to be a media company, but it must stamp out fake news.
This week’s most thought-provoking papers from the Physics arXiv.