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Brain scans can reveal the degree of intent behind criminal behaviours. (Matt Cardy/Getty Images)
Neurolaw is on the rise and it could change the landscape of crime and punishment.
A new study tallies pollution-related deaths that result from our relentless consumption of goods.
We speak with a researcher about what she says is an ongoing deletion of climate related information by the Trump administration.
Many studies show a link between hot weather and increased violence. Turns out the same was true more than a thousand years ago.
If you look up you might see the 'asperitas,' the new cloud officially recognised by the World Meterological Association
Our primitive brain can't help itself.
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