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Tesla and SpaceX CEO Elon Musk.

Elon Musk says Tesla will make ventilators in case of a shortage caused by the coronavirus — here are all the other humanitarian crises he’...

Elon Musk has pledged to fix a lot of humanity's problems. He's doing a lot of good — but not all of his solutions seem to be working.

The White House may hand out checks to Americans — or a short-term universal basic income — to soften the blow of coronavirus. Here’...

The administration's announcement comes one day after Senator Mitt Romney publicly called for the government to give US adults each $1,000.
Cities could see 10 to 12 feet of sea level rise by 2100.

8 American cities that could disappear by 2100

Rising sea levels threaten to submerge entire cities, including New Orleans and Miami, by the turn of the century.
Safe drinking water should be clear.

12 cities with the worst tap water in the US

Millions of people are exposed to unsafe drinking water every year in the US. Some cities have it worse than others.
Don't panic — there are easy ways to stay safe.

Toxic chemicals in your home could be linked to cancer, autism, and reproductive issues. Here are 4 of the most concerning.

An environmental health expert identified the chemicals that are most toxic to homeowners and consumers.
Alexander Graham Bell makes the first long distance telephone call, circa late 1870s.

See how the phone has changed since Alexander Graham Bell’s 1876 invention

In honor of Alexander Graham Bell's birthday, here's a look at the evolution from desktop rotary to pocket-sized slab.
A monastery high on a hill.

16 houses built in seemingly impossible locations

To escape the hassles of everyday life, some people build houses where no one can bother them — even if that's in a tree or on the side of a mountain.
Waves crash over a house in Scituate, Massachusetts, during a storm on March 2, 2018.

We asked 12 climate scientists where they’d live in the US to avoid future natural disasters. Here’s what they said.

Cities like Portland, Tulsa, and Minneapolis rank among the preferred locations for avoiding effects of climate change.
What it's like inside a doomsday bunker for millionaires.

Here’s a look inside a 15-story underground doomsday shelter for the 1% that has luxury homes, guns, and armored trucks

When doomsday comes, millionaire "preppers" may head underground and live out Armageddon in style at the Survival Condo Project in Kansas.
Detroit, Michigan, is one of several cities that is incentivizing new residents to move there.

11 places in the US that are offering new residents big incentives to move there

Some places are offering money toward college loans or free land to lure out-of-state workers to move.