Test your knowledge on some of the most important decisions made by the United States' highest court.
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The appearance of a 'fire rainbow' in South Carolina over the weekend drew spectators in person and on Twitter, but the name of the phenomenon might be misleading.
Donald Trump's aggressive stance on immigration is winning over Republicans and alienating Hispanics. But what happens at the intersection of those groups?
Recent research shows that the birds take in plant fluid, real or artificial, at ultra-high speeds using a pumping method – not a wicking one, as previously believed.
The first-ever discovery of a salamander in amber was intriguing for scientists since it suggests salamanders once lived in a region where they no longer exist.
Texas' lieutenant governor has called for an inquiry into the problem of suicide in county jails, following the controversial death of Sandra Bland last month.
Google's Boston Dynamics presented its humanoid robot Atlas at a conference earlier this month, showing a clip of the machine walking in the woods.
Not all tragedies can be prevented, but seeking emergency professional help and talking non-judgmentally to a friend who is suicidal may help save his or her life.
An APA study claims to prove a definitive link between violent video games and aggressive behavior, but its limited implications mean the debate is far from settled.
For same-sex couples trying to marry in Rowan County, Ky., overcoming the obstacle of a clerk unwilling to issue licenses is halting, even with court intervention.
With pages that can filter out bacteria, the drinkable book may solve a major public health problem for the 750 million people worldwide without access to clean drinking water.
Heroin use and related deaths have skyrocketed in recent years, causing the White House to develop a new approach to fighting drug use in the United States.
Apple's ultra-secretive approach to building a driverless car stands in stark contrast with Google's markedly transparent one. Which company will get there first?
JK Rowling's Twitter feed has been a source of positivity for the marginalized, and she continues this trend by giving advice to discouraged writers-to-be.
A gasoline shortage sparked the most recent mass protest by Yemeni women. Since the country's unrest began, women have taken an active role in expressing discontent.
Apple and its Silicon Valley peers are responding to pressure to hire more employees from underrepresented demographics, but say there's more work to be done.
First, dingoes drove Tasmanian devils out of Australia. Now that the dingoes are dwindling, the new top dogs have scientists trying to bring back the devils.
The nation's youngest students are doing three times as much homework as is recommended. How are schools addressing homework overload?
A university researcher thinks he has found the happy medium between being completely sedentary at work and sacrificing productivity for the sake of exercise.
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