Tech & Science
The Government Accountability Office is looking into it.
It's about the size of 13 Jupiters smooshed together, which means that for a planet, it's really, really big.
"Lazy animator” gave a glimpse of how futuristic films might look like if AI takes over the job of filmmaker.
Love may be in the eye of the beholder, but for the most part, Americans agree on clear signs of affection.
Visitors to Nan Madol have reported multiple ghost sightings.
The musician's heart has been preserved in a jar of cognac for nearly 170 years.
Killer robots should not be able to decide whether a human lives or dies, experts say.
Looking at the image "brought some people to tears."
The gruesome photo teaches a lesson about just how scary the natural world can be up close.
An undergraduate student first spotted the tiny remains.
The first truffle harvested weighed as much as 16 paper clips.
Animal abusers are much more likely to hurt and kill other humans.
In a new review of the evidence, half a dozen prominent anthropologists have thrown their weight behind “the kelp highway hypothesis."
The effect was especially pronounced for teenage boys.
The past five years have been the warmest five-year period on record.
2014 MU69 lacks the sort of pizzazz NASA looks for in a destination's name.
Drop tests suggest Apple's most expensive iPhone is also its "most breakable."
No other approach is considered safe enough.
The team of researchers plans further tests, including some that dig in more detail into the benefits of sleep.
Hawking says the development of AI could be the “worst event” in the history of mankind.
It wasn’t immediately clear when the app would be running again.
Mayoral candidate says the fungi saved him from heroin.
Cody Reeder, the 24-year-old Utah resident, has more than 1 million subscribers to his channel.
The evidence linking antidepressants to mass killings is sparse—and mostly indicates that there is no link at all.
The magma under a long-ago supervolcano never heated up as thoroughly as scientists had assumed.
Was it crocodiles, hominids, or something else that damaged these bones?
You can thank the dinosaur extinction for our ability to brunch.
Some of this behavior may sound familiar.
"I'm telling you, Chief, you've got to just do it."
Veterinarians observed the vaquita porpoise growing weaker within hours after being placed into captivity.