Tech & Science
Scientists' observations could help us understand what could happen to our own galaxy in the future.
Scientists find hailstorms will become less frequent—but their size and potential for damage will increase significantly.
The acceleration is driven by expansion of water and melting ice sheets.
Commercial flights may soon be breaking the sound barrier.
Its call sounds more like a hawk than a parrot.
The hacking collective Anonymous had claimed that NASA was on the verge of announcing that it had found alien life forms.
A new study of plays during the 2014 World Cup games finds protocols for head injury assessment weren’t followed at least 60 percent of the time.
AI is a new type of beast, and we need to keep engaging with it, not just reacting to it.
Earthquake swarm is currently active on the western edge of Yellowstone National Park.
Monsanto is appealing the ruling that classifies the herbicide glyphosate, the main ingredient in Roundup, as a known carcinogen.
They don’t call it the graveyard shift for nothing.
The flight is mostly reserved for astronomers, but there's still a way to make it on board.
A newly discovered global extinction event resulted in 36 percent of marine megafauna going extinct.
The hacking collective says that NASA is about to announce that we are not alone. But things aren’t quite that simple.
The researchers found that taking vitamin D decreased inflammation, redness and swelling, compared with taking a placebo, and this effect increased in proportion to how much was consumed.
Russian authorities are asking Western tech companies to allow them to review source code for security products before they're sold in the country.
Is this the end of DUI?
Soccer (or do you say football?) players move about the field like churned-up particles.
Amazon is getting serious about drone delivery.
Puppies to the rescue!
IBM, Hewlett-Packard and others say they have offered source codes for review, but in secure areas.
Scientists say an object about the size of Mars is disrupting the orbits of Kuiper Belt objects.
Another U.S. state just passed a law allowing "wildlife salvage."
A small step for mankind, but a giant leap for fast food corporations.
The expedition to find the remains of pilot Amelia Earhart and co-pilot Fred Noonan will begin on June 24.
Nobody has ever seen so many sea pickles, or pyrosomes, in the eastern Pacific.
The humpback golden line barbel also has a mysterious little horn.
Scientists may have solved one major problem that comes up when building a fusion reactor—runaway electrons.
The team thinks the hormones dopamine and oxytocin could influence the relationship between sex and brain function.
A new CDC report finds a decline in the number of high schoolers in the U.S. who have sexual intercourse before age 18.