Scientists will send coded radio messages out into the cosmos in hopes that extraterrestrial life will find them, and us.
But Shadia’s not quite ready to reveal herself.
In California, a crab fisherman and his five-year-old son rescued a humpback whale tangled in a fishing net.
This kind of thing is why Cara Delevingne keeps her knots loose.
The mayor of Coral Gables, FL, announced that a study said the city will probably be underwater in a few decades.
Sung Hee Kim had a feeling.
France will remain in a state of emergency through the Tour de France.
Rianne Ten Haken doesn’t seem too worried, though.
Probiotics might not be quite as all-powerful as we’ve been led to believe.
But Martha Hunt doesn’t want to hear that shit.
Meanwhile, a new study says dark chocolate is good for the hearts and brains of athletes.
And Nina Agdal puts her faith in studies.
California eased some of its drought-related water-waste regulations.
Upon hearing this, Marloes Horst rushed straight to the sprinkler nozzle.
A new study found that only 15% of Americans have used a ride-sharing app.
Edita Vilkeviciute is all like, “What the hell is an Uber?”
There’s a wasp that may help slow a plant disease that’s been killing citrus crops.
Larissa Hofmann’s shift is over.
Russian athletes may be banned from competing in the Rio Olympics after a doping scandal from the Sochi games was exposed.
Linda Vojtová sees little competition in her way now.
Photos: Vongsawat (Shadia); Mario Sorrenti (Cara Delevingne); Ben Hassett (Sung Hee Kim); Marc de Groot (Rianne Ten Haken); Inex van Lamsweerde and Vinoodh Matadin (Martha Hunt); Steven Yatsko (Nina Agdal); Zoey Grossman (Marloes Horst); Cass Bird (Edita Vilkeviciute); Marcus Ohlsson (Larissa Hofmann); Jamie Nelson (Linda Vojtová)