Tech & Science
LinkedIn users were having a hard time accessing the site on Thursday.
The rocket will launch as early as 5:02 p.m. Eastern time.
A war that kills tens of millions of people could happen again in the next 100 years.
The practice may have played a role in facing the Incas.
HIkers at Denali National Park might have to carry their poop down from the summit to avoid contaminating the glacier.
“We have been waiting 16 years for this.”
China issued licenses to auto makers on Thursday that allow self-driving vehicles to be road tested for the first time.
A pesticide manufacturer called the proposed ban "overly conservative" and "extremely impractical."
“There are a lot of members of the church who aren’t on board with evolution."
Being assertive could cost a woman her female work friends.
“Seeing a 7,000-year-old site that is so well preserved in the Gulf of Mexico is awe inspiring.”
We may finally have the tools we need to discover intelligent life on other planets—if only we’d stop making so much noise.
Unencrypted email exposed records of roughly 21,000 people.
The recent clashes over fake news and climate change denial bear a startling resemblance to the clash on display in the UFO archives.
Some tardigrades can survive extreme radiation, air deprivation and even the vacuum of space.
“I’m absolutely heartbroken.”
The plane will make it easier and less expensive to get satellites in to orbit.
As one astronomer put it: "Wow!"
Hey teenage nerds, doing homework really does pay off.
“The one thing for certain, whether or not you can detect the impact, there’s no such thing as a good oil spill.”
Scientists have proposed a new explanation for the formation of the moon based on computer models.
Mackinac Bridge usually sees a little blue ice each year, but nothing like this.
Magic mushrooms' hallucinogenic effects might keep insects away, but it doesn't stop humans.
This puppy's teeth tell a story of sickness and doting care.
Too much testosterone might explain her new growth.
Hackers use phishing for one simple reason: it works.
The planets face supernovas, gamma-ray bursts and gravity-disrupting stars in the crowded center of the Milky Way.
“The shape of the fog hole almost coincides one-to-one with the city boundaries and the size of the city.”
"These fossils and this science is about our shared human heritage."
Airbus describes the CIMON robot as the first “flying brain” in space.