Tech & Science
Wendy Williams told her audience: "My doctor has prescribed...three weeks of vacation."
Perfectionists should consider talking to themselves about their mistakes as they might to a friend, one expert says.
Scientists think Victor Buso's images are the first of their kind.
The Aspark Owl achieved the feat in 1.92 seconds—quicker than a standard Formula 1 car.
Looters created a tunnel that archaeologists later explored.
A compound called luciferin lets these critters glow.
More than 20 pieces were found in the tomb, making it the area's largest jackpot of burial items.
We may never see a living thylacine again, but at least we can learn something from the dead ones.
Superagers have more brain cells associated with social interaction and self awareness.
A new technique compiled hundreds of thousands of images over seven years.
This human attempted to stop the SpotMini robot from opening its door, and failed.
The rare procedure is known as a heterotopic transplantation.
Nearly 7,000 earthquakes occurred between 2014 and 2016.
The gene may one day put an end to alcoholism.
The artifact is one of just three pieces like this ever found.
When massive stars come to the end of their life cycles, they self-destruct in a cataclysmic final explosion.
Newly-uncovered hacking campaign could transform a smartphone into the ultimate surveillance tool.
Critics of the iPhone X claim the thousand-dollar device does little to justify its high price tag.
Layers of fabric will unfold into a station 2.4 times the size of the ISS.
Two weeks ago, another federal agency also warned the public about people who died after taking kratom.
The flying mammals can survive on a meal that almost no other mammal can.
More than half of these "ultramassive" black holes have a mass 10 billion times greater than the Sun.
The 2,000-year-old gloves don't appear like you would imagine.
They may have used a tool similar to a sundial to find out the exact cardinal directions.
"Yellowstone is just a very swarmy place."
The treasures are at risk of ruin, the researchers warn.
As of 2016, about two-thirds of two-year-olds in Oregon were up-to-date on their vaccines.
The 3-D printable "clip-on" can turn any smartphone into a fully functional microscope.
Modest drinking may help increase longevity.
The demo reportedly reached speeds higher than 2Gbps (gigabits per second).