Tech & Science
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Eating chocolate during the day is better for your system, according to doctors.
It's a mystery wrapped in an enigma, sprinkled with intrigue.
It takes a much smaller collision than scientists had thought to get an Earth and Moon that look the way they do today.
How physicists finally showed us time can move backwards.
The number of states reporting widespread flu activity nearly doubled this week.
Researchers hope the robot will teach us more about humans.
"Climate change, eventually, is going to touch everyone’s lives," says climate scientist Jessica Blunden.
Bitcoin’s upper limit may still be 100-times higher than what the price is today.
The mind-blowing observation provided a treasure trove of information for physics.
More than 400 couples will be involved in the trial, expected to take place in several different countries.
Scientists investigating why the star dims for as much as two days found a gruesome explanation.
The haul of items included gold coins, an ancient crown and a sword, uncovered during an investigation dubbed “Operation Zeus.”
For a century, scientists have relied on a fundamental assumption about the brain’s neurons. New research shows it’s wrong.
Akere was the oldest of his kind in any accredited North American zoo.
The sun will balloon, bubble and burst.
The beast looks like Scotland's legendary Loch Ness Monster.
Winter storms of Christmas past have halted cities and airports, buried cars and even caused 34-foot waves on coastlines.
Trips lasting up to one month aboard the ISS would cost between $40 million and $60 million.
Saturn's gravity is so fierce it can tear a moon apart to festoon itself with rings.
The coroner's report was released months after the singer's death.
Hotter-than-average temperatures and asylum-seeking applications are directly linked.
A Russian deep-sea fisherman pulls up alien-looking creatures from the dark depths.
Having a giant foreskin could have serious health consequences.
Even nonsmokers will benefit from eating tomatoes.
Weather forecasting took decades to get right—and flu is a very, very unpredictable virus.
The 4,000-year-old surveillance and communication network is the first of its kind ever discovered.
It’s dark, it looks like a skull and it made its last close approach on Halloween 2015. What is the universe trying to tell us?
Breeding endangered animals is part of a zoo's "species surival plan."
Silicon Valley’s ‘Female Problem’ was well-known long before the #MeToo movement. But emails obtained by Newsweek reveal another sordid corner of the tech sector’s treatment of women.