The latest news on geography
Geographical confusion about Chechnya following the Boston bombings demonstrated the sad state of global educational affairs.
A new report finds that 'central business districts' are no longer so central.
The Russian squad topped teams from 16 other countries in a worldwide geography contest.
Twelfth grade scores on the National Assessment of Educational Progress geography test flatline.
Widely used to snare serial criminals, a forensic method finds application in epidemiology.
"Drip" within the Earth may have raised the Colorado plateau.
Scientists create precise representation of the height and coverage of U.S. forests and woodlands
Researchers have found a mechanism that helps explain chillier winters—and the culprit is warm water.
Region of high prevalence stretches across Deep South and Appalachia.
Research could help with promoting democracy.