Tech & Science
There have been recent warnings about the status of the San Andreas Fault.
Source of magma has been discovered beneath the city of Pozzuoli.
Storing light-based information as sound waves on a computer chip could make your computer run at the speed of light, or at least 20 times faster than your laptop.
Hurricane Maria is making its trek toward the Caribbean as Floridians, many of whom are still without power and have damage to their homes, watch the daunting Category 3 storm get closer.
The former supervisor of now-defunct New England Compounding Center could receive a life sentence for second-degree murder in case linked to the deaths of more than 70 people.
This animal lived 190 million years ago and was excavated in the '80s. This week, it finally gets a name.
Rip currents are a serious threat, but they're also avoidable.
China’s space agency lost control of the spacecraft in 2016, five years after the unmanned station was launched.
Long before CRISPR triggered fears of designer babies, his mouse with an ear on its back was an icon of the power of science.
They're really bad at sex, they all belong to China, and more panda trivia.
Some have praised Judge Wilson's history of fair rulings,but psychology says everyone is biased—even judges.
About one in five deaths around the world can be attributed to poor diet, according to a study titled "The Global Burden of Disease."
Identifying common facial features in kids with the condition could lead to earlier diagnosis and treatment.
As part of a 50-year quest to save the species, biologists tended to the birds in a hurricane-proof aviary.
Your daily cup of coffee could do more than give you a morning jolt.
Eating your hair can cause a fatal blockage in the digestive tract that may be deadly if left untreated.
Considering New Yorkers cared very much about the eclipse, it’s uncertain how this argument will hold up.
This year's winners also answer why we are disgusted by cheese, whether identical twins can tell themselves apart and other pressing mysteries.
Don't cry too much about Cassini. Upcoming missions are going to Mars, Mercury, the Sun, Europa and several asteroids.
New research suggests children born in September may be more confident and do better in school than children born in August.
"It's always sad when a mission comes to an end," the space agency said.
Firearms are a leading cause of death among children and doctors need to stop ignoring it, experts say.
Russian photographer Artem Mironov’s image of a stellar nursery 400 light years away wins prestigious award.
It's set to extremely peppy, Sousa-esque march music.
An interviewer's surprising discovery resurrects another sore point from her election loss.
Your wheat-free muffin just got a lot better.
Research from Europe has found troubling new evidence about the dangers of alcohol.
The predictions for the future of coffee plants are grim.
Francia Raisa's prognosis is most likely good after giving up one of her organs to best friend Selena Gomez.
A new study tracking the movement of the mammals to detect risk of poaching may help save the lives of elephants.