HealthCare.gov went down for about five hours Monday morning, which is bad timing as Monday is deadline day
Joanne Milne was deaf for 40 years, suffering from Usher Syndrome.
Indoor air pollution from stoves may be a bigger problem than outdoor pollution
The 'Foldscope' is aimed to help fight malaria and other diseases in economically developing countries.
Just a day after new screenshots of Microsoft's Cortana digital assistant leaked, a video of the setup process has been published on YouTube.
Someone misspelled Solomon Northup's name back in 1853
Once thawed, it again became infectious, but it's not dangerous to humans.
A new article suggests ancestors of Native Americans spent 10,000 years on the Bering Strait land bridge before arriving in the Americas
As protests against Nicolas Maduro become violent, many in Venezuela are lamenting the lack of international media coverage.
An octogenarian nun has been ordered to spend almost three years behind bars for her part in breaking into a military site where enriched uranium is stored
The company made a wearables-etiquette declaration following widespread backlash
The weapons of the future are nearly here for the U.S. Navy
The most-shared links on Facebook and Twitter may not be the most-read
Democrats in the House are vowing to use a long-shot tactic to force votes on immigration reform and minimum-wage increases.
Michael Cashman has destroyed his Visa card in protest of human rights abuses in Russia and its affiliated sponsorship.
Uganda's parliament officially adopted a bill that punishes "aggravated homosexuality" with life behind bars.
Leaders of deaf organizations say the sign language interpreter at Nelson Mandela's memorial service was faking it.