Tech & Science
President Donald Trump vastly reduced the boundaries of two Utah national monuments.
It's called the "production effect."
The discovery rewrites the history of early Chinese engineering.
What does it even mean to take a baby picture of the universe, anyway?
Researchers identify why so many may be drawn to poems like William Carlos Williams's short ode to a plum.
The humble urban birds scored as well as primates in an intelligence test.
Before the Iron Age, there was the Space Iron Age.
The discovery reverses assumptions about one of the most famous dinosaur fossils ever found.
This is how astronauts chill on the space station.
Turns out parents with second thoughts about vaccinations might be just as worried as any other parents about the (extremely slim) potential side effects.
The way the brain makes up time is not what you might think.
The Union army forced African-American men and women, born into both freedom and slavery, to build a nearby stone fort.
The iceberg spanned over 100 square miles.
Ice, ice, baby—and flowing ice, at that.
Though it's far from a sure thing, brushing your teeth regularly is never a bad idea.
Scientists have recorded the sounds of the mysterious and powerful submarine events.
Scientists have reversed entropy on a microscopic level.
See the best images of 2017's only supermoon here.
Here's how the December full moon got its name.
It's the first and only supermoon of 2017.
It was captured in the planet's northern hemisphere.
Those burned potato chips could be dangerous.
After surgery, the victim retained his normal eyesight.
The theory is further supported by the fact that the famous “Egyptian blue” was also manufactured from copper byproducts.
Its thrusters hadn't been used since the 80s.
A few simple tricks can help get that mesmerizing snapshot.
This year's one and only supermoon can be visible out your window or livestreamed.
Scientists identified feather-forming genes in birds and then activated the same ones in alligator embryos.
It's unlike anything else scientists have seen.
If you aren't willing to accept the evidence Earth is round, what do you do with Mars, Jupiter and the rest?