Tech & Science
There is a catch-22 when it comes to stopping the aging process.
“You’ll be paid in the future based on how well you work with robots.”
Witchcraft was everywhere, but it was about a lot more than spirits harassing girls in a courtroom.
Some blame the launch of the iPhone X for the poor demand.
And really, who can blame them?
Over 64,000 people went to the emergency room with bouncy house-related injuries between 1990 and 2010.
Exocomets are hard to spot, but they're definitely out there.
Dark matter makes up most of the universe, but scientists have no idea what it is.
It's uncommon, but not pathological, according to one psychologist.
Imagine being able to know who has suicidal thoughts by looking at brain images.
"I think people are mainly oblivious."
Fresh spinach, peaches, plums and sweet peppers are among the worst offenders.
A forensic linguist figured out a way to identify someone, thanks to a study using a database of Enron emails.
Incredible images show Caribbean cave art discovered in dark chambers far, far from the light of day.
Phenomenon may be part of a mysterious wider trend.
The full extent of cannabis's medicinal benefits remains largely unexplored.
The space agency compiled a compilation of some of the eeriest sounds from space, just in time for Halloween.
New York is ranked the U.S. city most vulnerable to future storm surges and sea level rises, with 426,000 people imperiled through 2050.
The company said pre-orders for the 10th anniversary edition were "off the charts."
Forget spiders—here is something truly creepy.
The parasite likely swam right up their noses.
Scientists aren't sure what it is or where it came from, but they're positive it's pretty weird.
The average person carries 13 secrets with them—five of which they've never told.
Some spy planes aren't such secrets—but others we'll never know about any time soon.
The wobbling was seen among 10 different galaxy clusters.
The pint-size pup was recovering from surgery when doctors made a terrible mistake.
Sure, Earth’s surface is active, but at least boiling water doesn’t fling clumps of dirt in your face.
If not for this disease, our present might have looked very different.
The Allen Institute for Brain Sciences released a database of 3-D reconstructions of human brain cells on Wednesday.
Pre-orders for the $999 iPhone X sold out in minutes, leading to six-week delays.