Tech & Science
A recent study further unravels the mystery of Yellowstone's volcanic system.
The space agency has big goals for 2018.
This is the first time scientists have focused every color of light with a single lens.
Photographers from around the world raced to capture the stunning moon.
The smart robots will use their man-made “hands and eyes” to assemble deadly explosives, including artillery shells, bombs and rockets.
Cacao plants are one of many that face extinction as climate change alters the environment.
A hunter's will to live helped him to survive after he became stranded in the freezing woods.
A drug originally designed to treat diabetes has reversed Alzheimer's disease symptoms in lab mice.
Scientists were able to grow plants so quickly that one colleague couldn't believe it.
Between the total solar eclipse, the supermoon, and potential space tourism, the moon was the distraction Americans needed in 2017.
Knife-wielding sex robots could be a very real possibility if security is not treated as a top priority by manufacturers.
They might be OK outside, but the penguins have a chick in the flock and zookeepers don't want to risk letting them out when it's 40 degrees below zero.
The 16-year-old girl who attacked an Israeli soldier in a viral video has been indicted on five counts of assault.
An ancient seal was discovered in Jerusalem, which archaeologists say supports certain descriptions in the Bible.
She lived 16 days longer than expected.
"Growing black holes behave like babies that become too energetic and throw their food off the table once they eat enough."
Previous changes in Earth's rotation may increase the number of severe earthquakes we see in 2018.
It was green and came from the sky, but there were no aliens.
His medical license has been temporarily suspended.
The best time to watch it is shortly after sunset.
Our bodies try to hinder weight loss efforts, according to a neuroscientist.
The image was captured by NASA's Landsat 8 satellite.
Sadly, the foods you crave could make you feel the worst.
2017 was a great year for shark science.
New Year's in space is quite a unique experience.
Researchers analyzed posts on popular anti-vaccine Facebook pages.
A nurse told Boyer that the hospital was out of IV bags. “Oh, because of the Christmas holiday?” he asked. “And he said, ‘No, man, because of Puerto Rico.’”
A public walkway and courtyard near the building are now closed.
Getting outside could be a big help.
An atmosphere is basically a giant blanket that can protect a planet from a star's barrage of dangerous radiation.