The back of Teu Takbabalen’s pigsty house leads to dense forest of the Siberut National Park. The pigs were free to enter the forest to look for other food. But the pigs always come back.
A candidate treatment for COVID-19 has shown convincing—albeit modest—benefit for the first time.
After a year many fishermen called the worst in their careers, the Bonnet Carré Spillway opened again in 2020. Mississippi Today's series looks at what climate change means for the Coast's fisheries.
Among the many surprises of the new coronavirus is one that seems to defy basic biology: infected patients with extraordinarily low blood-oxygen levels, or hypoxia, scrolling on their phones, chatting with doctors, and generally describing themselves as comfortable. Clinicians call them happy hypoxics.
For decades since the 1970s, the Duluth-Superior port has been a juggernaut of coal, shipping it primarily around the Great Lakes region. But as energy use in the Great Lakes changes, so does the port.
Attempts to nominate northern Myanmar’s Hkakaborazi Landscape as a UNESCO Natural World Heritage site in 2017 sparked fierce debate over who should manage natural resources in the biodiverse region.
A new report dives into the underworld of the mercury trade, as experienced across the Amazon region; in Bolivia, Guyana and Suriname.
The fast-growing list of possible treatments for the novel coronavirus includes an unlikely candidate: famotidine.
Task force report calls for land titles to be distributed to the Dalit and Adivasi farmers affected by the issue.
Women refugees from South Sudan face trauma from sexual assault.
In the 25 years since the Bosnian War’s Srebrenica massacre, these people have been left behind.
To the older generation of the Paiter Surui, the COVID-19 pandemic looks disturbingly familiar.