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Photo by Getty ImagesIt was September 2012 and it was life-long smoker Paula Faber’s third cancer in a decade, but she did not hesitate. “She was going to fight it every inch of the way,” says her husband Ron Faber. By August 2013...
Photo illustration by Getty ImagesA third of children in the U.S. are obese, and encouraging more active play is frequently cited as a great way to keep kids in shape. But creating scheduled playtime built only around physical activity might be...
Watch Video | Listen to the AudioHARI SREENIVASAN: As we just reported hundred of thousands of people marched today in New York and in other cities around the world demanding that world leaders do more to halt climate change. For more, we are joined...
Science Stands created a large, rolling fake chalkboard illustrating the scientific evidence of global warming for the Sept. 21 People’s Climate March. Credit: Carey Reed/NewsHourWeekend NEW YORK — Thousands descended on New York City on...
Watch Video | Listen to the AudioHARI SREENIVASAN: Later tonight the NASA MAVEN spacecraft is expected to complete a 10-month voyage to Mars. Once it’s placed into orbit, NASA scientists plan to gather information about the red planet’s atmosphere...
Rhinos at Kruger National Park in South Africa. Credit: NewsHour Weekend Conservationists across the globe are marking World Rhino Day on Monday, a day focused on five species of rhino, including black, white and Sumatran rhinos. First announced by...