Triple-digit temperatures can cause cramps, exhaustion, and heat stroke for vulnerable individuals. A research scientist gives tips on protecting yourself and your neighbors.
To address drought, some people are proposing a giant pipeline to ferry water from the Mississippi River over the Rockies and through California’s parched deserts.
If the CDC greenlights a new COVID booster, people could start getting shots after Labor Day. But “demand is really weak and tepid,” says one science journalist.
A state bill would punish doctors for spreading false information about COVID vaccines and treatments. It awaits Governor Newsom’s signature.
The hit show “Yellowstone” appeals to a conservative audience, but liberals might find it entertaining and valuable, says professor Tressie McMillian Cottom.