Tech & Science
The genetic discovery confirms descendants' long-held beliefs.
Bad News lets you take on the role of "fake news-monger" to teach you the tactics of trolls.
In a new study, we were able to remove the influence of parents.
The advent of land plants changed the planet forever.
The letter, which could be worth thousands, has been locked away in a safety deposit box for half a century.
A ‘text bomb’ wreaked havoc last week by causing Apple devices to crash. Here's how to stop it.
Researchers used AI to predict a patient’s gender, smoking status, blood pressure and age.
In the 19th century, the storm was well over twice the width of Earth.
To the disbelief of spectators, all of the animals which entered into the gates perished, while miraculously, the priests emerged unscathed.
An Apple Watch feature designed to save lives by helping to call for local emergency services is wasting critical resources due to a sharp rise in accidental calls, police warn.
Could this poison have come from shelter dogs ground up into pet food?
Does it look like Dumbo to you?
When there's no snow, there's no need for their winter whites.
Scientists say the test can detect autism disorders with around 90 percent accuracy.
Cannabis oil helped him go for up to three weeks without a seizure, after experiencing as many as 30 per day.
These marine animals can even change the texture of their skin to make themselves look like coral.
Former White House technology advisor tells Newsweek there’s “no one magic silver bullet.”
Scientists think you'd be cool with it.
Sheep could be the perfect vessel.
They're a lot more similar to us than you may realize.
She was hiking with her daughters when they spotted the creature in a tree.
It's called Merkel cell carcinoma. Wear sunscreen.
"We feared that such chemicals, by steadily causing a little damage to the airways day after day, year after year, might accelerate the rate of lung function decline that occurs with age," said Dr. Cecile Svanes.
Scientists have been studying the compounds in asteroids for decades.
More women are competing in Pyeongchang than previous Winter Games, but it's still not equal.
Researchers tested the light against swine flu virus particles.
The city is buried under thick layers of lava.
"A hard and rigid erection is not enough to explain men functioning,” scientists said.
The protein may have hitched a ride on some dirty medical equipment.
The paintings were discovered in a Chilean ravine.