Tech & Science
The 458 Spider owner is so angry he's suing the police.
The incident took place on December 2, 2016 off the coast of Vancouver Island, British Columbia.
Imagine building all your Ikea furniture with just a hair-dryer.
The Tempe Police Vehicular Crimes Unit is actively investigating the incident.
Archaeologists uncovered the remains in burial ground containing at least 47 tombs.
Tesla shareholders approved a big plan for Musk on March 21, an SEC filing shows.
In cities with large Catholic populations, the drop in malware infections was dramatically higher.
A soft robot moves its tail to swim like a fish, which will help scientists get closer to unsuspecting marine creatures while studying them.
The lioness’ strange new hair-do is caused by elevated levels of the hormones.
Researchers looked at credit reports of more than 500,000 people.
Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg responded to the Cambridge Analytica data collection controversy Wednesday afternoon as Silicon Valley and concerned users continue to criticize the social media giant.
Anyone can link another Instagram account to his or her bio on the app now.
Physicists are attempting to prove the "impossible" in a potentially groundbreaking experiment.
It's known on the streets as "Katie," "KD" or "zombie."
Some say he's the Arabian Horse of the goat world. In some ways, he's more like a bulldog.
By reducing the surface temperature of the ocean, in theory, man could stop hurricanes in their tracks.
Satview is tracking the doomed Chinese prototype space station Tiangong-1 in the days before it re-enters Earth’s atmosphere.
“He is dying to see a real rainbow,” his mother said.
Dorsey was speaking at an event for his company Square in London's British Library.
You may want to add more beets to your diet.
The weapon sounds like a ghostly radio.
People erroneously accused the site of violating the Second Amendment as a result.
Over the ocean, atmospheric rivers remain stable, but once they hit land they tend to release all that water as rain or snow.
Haro would have celebrated his 105th birthday Wednesday.
Eating crab doesn't just kill crabs.
Microsoft doesn't make the list, but there's a good reason why.
A new study investigated a zone of the ocean where life is so different from the regions above and below that an entirely new category is required to describe it.
Billed as the “brightest thing in the sky,” the carbon fiber ball is seven months ahead of schedule.
German-born Kim Dotcom has been fighting extradition to the United States since 2012.
What to do following the Cambridge Analytica revelations.