Tech & Science
What will become of parking lots? Gas stations? Traffic signals? Society stands to look much different in just a few decades.
One company allows users to keep 25 square miles under surveillance.
The average heroin addict bears a cost to society that is nearly as much as the median annual income.
No, this isn't another silly love song; new technology may help transform cardiology.
From space stations to "frozen zoos" storing embryos, eggs, sperm and the DNA of endangered animals—the movement to create our backup ready for humanity version 2.0 has already begun.
New research suggests a strong correlation between the amount animals play and their capacity for intelligence, holding important lessons for child education.
Scientists exploring Australia’s eastern abyss return with blob fish, flesh-eating crustaceans and a herd of sea pigs.
This is the first study to show that vitamin D can help reduce skin inflammation.
Fire departments in the United States and United Kingdom are increasingly using unmanned aircraft.
The finding could someday improve wound healing after serious skin injuries.
Artifacts from China and India were also discovered in eastern Ethiopia, suggesting it functioned as a foreign-trade hub.
Citizen Four team say Assange displays the very autocratic tendencies he complains about.
Six top experts explain why they have resigned from Trump’s advisory panel on HIV.
It's called sulforaphane, and it lowered blood sugar in people with the condition.
The finding helps us understand what triggers earthquakes—and when they are more likely to strike.
Fewer high school students and middle-schoolers are smoking, but 3.9 million still used at least one tobacco product in 2016.
Einstein called it "spooky action at a distance." Others call it the future of computing.
As the study notes, "perhaps worst case scenarios should be considered the new normal."
Musk believes that setting up a colony on Mars will be possible within our lifetimes.
Engineering a fungus with deadly venom could fight the mosquitoes carrying the lethal virus—and be safe for humans.
Canavero tells Newsweek the findings show their technique works and they now plan to conduct experiments on dogs.
Asheville Brewing Company in North Carolina has released Bier LemonGrass Tyson, a white ale infused with lemongrass and coriander.
The reality of brain augmentation—where intelligence is enhanced by brain implants—could be part of everyday life by 2030.
The new color stretches along Istanbul, all the way to the Black Sea.
The babies were already dead when they floated into a fishing net.
Sea ice is unexpectedly in motion, making the expedition far too dangerous.
The courts have generally determined that ‘designated public forums’ must be owned by the government.
Do passwords count as "testimonial evidence," where protections against self-incrimination apply?
A study found that taking anti-platelet drugs such as aspirin prevented a fifth of recurrent heart attacks and strokes but also led to about 3,000 excess-bleeding deaths annually in Britain alone.
“From your native country one cannot expect—in the foreseeable time—a more reasonable political attitude,” he wrote of the U.S.