Here are the 15 nonfiction titles Monitor critics liked best in 2013.
An analysis of more than 30 hair samples purported to be from Bigfoot are actually from bears, cows, raccoons, and other mammals already known to science.
The tiny Fahamu Refugee Programme has an ambitious goal: provide lawyers and advocates around the world with the legal resources they need to win a refugee's case.
A pulsar located 37,000 light years away seems to have been pummeled by space debris, including a billion-metric-ton asteroid, say astronomers.
Despite rampant bribery devaluing degrees at universities in Bosnia and Serbia, it's easier to get a public sector job that way than with a legitimate degree abroad.
An image of the humped bladderwort, a tiny floating carnivorous plant, has beaten out more than 2,000 entries to win the top prize in the 2013 Olympus BioScapes Digital Imaging Competition.
Britain's leading higher education publication, The Times Higher Education, released its annual global ranking of universities for 2013-2014. Here are the top 10 schools:
Here are the 10 books Monitor critics liked best this month.
A new chronology of Egypt condenses the timeline for the formation of the Egyptian state.
Ten untrained Goffin's cockatoos were able to complete a series of complex sequential tasks to access a nut reward.