Tech & Science
Wildlife trafficking continues to affect the elephants, giraffes, buffalo and antelope in Garamba.
Scientists have finally figured out why the common alcoholism medication benefits cancer patients.
"Imagine fingerspelling out 'electromagnetic spectrum.'"
No, you don't have to give up this kitchen must-have.
Researchers examined various cocoa bean plants from Bolivia.
"Our ancient Egyptian ancestors are bestowing their blessing."
It was seen across 13 different states.
Excitonium is such uncharted territory that scientists don’t yet know what its properties are.
The Clash Royale Crown Championship World Finals were an important first step for Supercell's mobile esports ambitions, but weren't free of a few stumbles.
The discovery opens up the tantalizing possibility that on other planets, life forms that need only atmospheric gas to survive exist, too.
The smoke-filled images were taken from the International Space Station.
So is it possible to get cancer from a donated organ? The answer seems to be yes.
This map will tell you what your chances are.
This futuristic fabric bio-battery is now in the works.
This isn't the first time a government has tried to make a bike project like this happen.
“The thing that surprised us the most was the sheer size of some of the engravings.”
Please, please, please, don't try this at home.
Move over Mariah, back off Buble, this might just be the “happiest” Christmas song of all.
Welders and a 20-something woman have this condition in common, according to case reports.
The launch depends on good weather, but then it will be smooth sailing 127,000 feet up.
Areas near Corpus Christi were hit by a rare storm.
And apparently, very few are afraid of coming into contact with alien life.
When you leave food outside, wildlife will eat it.
It's the very latest in spa treatments for planets that just want to be pampered.
A professor who specializes in evolution education, and who is from Moore’s hometown, weighs in.
This is just one of several disturbing effects the sun can have on our skin.
Musk also made the bold prediction that human-level AI will be with us in the next decade.
Russian researchers have found what they think is a spear made from a mammoth tusk lodged inside the ribs of mammoth remains.
You can refer to it as the fish formerly known as Mola mola.
How the current southern California fires will compare remains to be seen.