Scientists delve deep into why and how the turkey -- that ends up on our plates -- turned out the way it is.
Emilie Lorditch, Staff Writer
Scientists reporting on severe weather can get hit hard by emotions, flashbacks and even nightmares.
Is pollution killing a flower’s scent?
What happens when a tornado spins in the opposite direction
Scientists explain why some people ignore extreme weather warnings and some people listen.
How photographers took the first pictures of lightning.
Do you know your risk?
Behind the scenes of forecasting winter weather at the Olympics
The science and technology of taking pictures of tiny snowflakes in the early 1900s.
Tornadoes and flash floods can happen at the same time, but safety instructions for each one is the opposite.
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