It seems to be human nature to look outside ourselves for the answers to our problems. Pray for rain. Do a rain dance. Hope for the best. California has been in a severe drought for more than four years. We can no longer hope it will work itself out. We must rise up and take steps in our lives to be the change that we wish to see. Or, we can hedge our bets with this mantra: El Niño for President!
After the storm, Jenifer DeBellis inhabits a quiet yet intense moment of satisfaction.
It’s the little things, like waking up to an amazing misty morning, that can and do make your day
Seth Thomas is used to boys being asked about their favorite superheroes. But what about their favorite superheroines?
It has been a year since Hurricane Sandy. Ariel Chesler looks back on the storm and the birth of his daughter.
Mark Brislin walked into the storm that surrounds the birth of a preemie. And walked out changed. His message to NICU dads: You are not alone.
Photo of collapsing crane (Breaking News 4PM EST, NYC)
Taking a page from the Ororo Monroe playbook, we take one step closer to controlling the weather.
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Mutants, irradiated lawyers and super heroes alike all feel strongly about women’s health, which is no joking matter.
Gaby Dunn reflects on when her dad’s self-impressed identity complex nearly killed him—and her.
The passing of the torch as one generation of geek spawns the next.
Saturday, 7:30 pm. The storm center is still 500 miles away.
Hurricane Irene has Aaron Gouveia imagining a post-storm zombie apocalypse where he kills his own food and protects his family.