Tech & Science
Our writer explains why he is done with chasing every last Apple "event" product.
Minnesota was named the happiest state in a recent study by WalletHub. Could the state's low divorce rates and high levels of volunteering be the key to their happiness?
The sudden rise in male infertility is a scary national crisis, and we can't blame it on Trump—or can we?
Smartphone app, "PupilScreen," uses flash to detect concussions by looking into your eyes.
Wildlife Services killed five animals per minute last year.
Photos are already streaming in from space, even before residents make it back home.
New research suggests that increased exposure to certain industrial cleaning products may compromise lung health and increase risk of developing COPD.
Public health officials report that at least 39 people have become ill from Campylobacter infection linked to puppies from the retail shops.
The announcement will be significant both for gadget heads and market-watchers.
Female warriors aren't just the stuff of legends.
The new findings show that neurotoxins such as tin and lead were embedded in the children’s baby teeth, which could affect their nervous systems and mental health.
Scientists say the possibility a giant hypothetical planet was commandeered by the sun is “almost zero.”
Feast your eyes: The Northern Lights have had an incredible week.
Speculation and anticipation are at fever pitch.
Even implying that a machine can comprehend what Bob Dylan is saying is groundbreaking.
A common response from deniers is to complain that scientists shouldn't politicize tragedies.
The destructive effects of the wind may just be starting.
For the third day in a row, external cameras on the International Space Station captured dramatic views of the storm whipping across the Atlantic.
Seismologists say the earthquake would have been felt by over 500,000 people as tsunami threat looms.
If Sessions gets his way, hundreds of businesses and thousands of chronic pain sufferers will be threatened.
An unusually active sun is making for fireworks here on Earth.
Oral contraceptives are already available over the counter in 102 countries.
Harvey’s rainfall of 51.88 inches is statistically indistinguishable from Amelia’s 48, forty years ago.
Scientists find DNA samples in cave system around Mount Erebus volcano that cannot be identified.
Computers detected gay people from photos of faces with up to 91 percent accuracy.
The music streaming giant has teamed up with the video streaming giant to hamstring productivity on college campuses around the nation.
Your stress affects other people, and vice versa—even if you're a doctor.
Fecal transplant has become the gold-standard treatment for some GI infections, which means first-rate stool is in high demand.
Scientists still have no reasonable explanation for what is causing huge dips to the star’s brightness.
Let's talk about wind.