Tech & Science
We didn't necessarily have to end up in a 3-D world.
Sufferers of the crippling mental disorder may take solace in at least having some causative genes identified.
The spacecraft officially launched on September 29, 2011.
The findings may help explain why some tumors are more aggressive than others.
The rogue bovine has captured the internet’s imagination.
Robots could be used after earthquakes in search and rescue operations.
"The research did not analyze the likelihood that another supereruption at Yellowstone would occur. Period."
The Ptolemaic Kingdom fell to the Roman Empire after the death of Cleopatra.
Darwin, a male chimp, stole the infant just moments after it was born.
The penguin had recently been rejected by his partner of 10 years.
The "unprecedented" issue affects anyone using Wi-Fi.
Want to get away? Far, far away? Google now has you covered.
There are some 11.5 million men in the U.S. who currently have oral HPV compared to only 3.2 million women.
Alphabet's X test users can order burritos, chips and guacamole. The company is also testing delivery options with pharmaceutical drugs and looking at disaster-relief efforts.
For the first ever time, a new iPhone is being outsold by its predecessor.
Alligators have learnt how to survive in some saltwater areas, chowing down on four different kinds of shark as predator turns on predator.
They are using different approaches to the de-extinction issue—and only one can be first.
People magazine's list of most beautiful celebrities suggests our society's idea of what makes someone attractive may actually be changing.
Over 6 percent of American adults could have been diagnosed with pot addiction during their lives, according to one survey.
"We all thought, 'Oh, it's just for fun, we're not going to detect anything more.'"
Health experts recommend thorough wound cleaning to prevent this rare infection from ever occurring.
More greenhouse gases are not what we needed right now.
Dolphins are helping science understand the connection between brain size and culture.
The Krack exploit means that it's open season on your WiFi network.
Exercise stemming from daily life had the most dramatic risk-reducing effects.
This kind of effect has been seen in the U.S. after fires, too.
It's a truly ground-breaking discovery.
But scientists are honing in on its location.
Thousands of new seed samples are being added to an Arctic vault designed to preserve the world's plants in a global catastrophe.
Tesla, Google and Facebook are stepping up to fix Puerto Rico.