Hormones from medical treatments wind up in wastewater, and that can be a problem. Some scientists think a version of a household chemical, hydrogen peroxide, could be part of the solution.
A young massage therapist in Miami Beach gets the business offer of a lifetime — so he shakes hands with the devil and hopes for the best. Read the whole story in Guy Lawson's Arms and the Dudes.
What happens when 24 people shut themselves in a beer cooler to wait out one of the strongest tornadoes in recorded history? Take a listen — because they recorded it. Special thanks to Luke Dittrich.
Should more superstar musicians follow Jay Z's lead and play shows filled with lesser-known songs? Is the format a live music innovation or the last gasp of a nostalgia machine?
Surprisingly, Pixar's latest goes without an element that almost every adventure movie for kids is sure to provide: a villain.
The baritone saxophonist performs many of his original compositions, including "Ontet" and "Good Neighbor Thelonious."