Tech & Science
James Hemings was an immensely talented chef, and the reason Americans eat creme brulee, merengues, whipped cream and macaroni and cheese.
U.S. Senator John Thune asked Apple CEO Tim Cook for answers about why old iPhones are deliberately slowed down.
The Ohio man infected thousands of computers with malware to spy on his victims.
South Korea's plan to ban cryptocurrency trading has rattled markets and sent bitcoin prices plummeting.
Meet the Alcohol Treatment Navigator, an online tool to help people determine if their drinking habits are unhealthy.
"So is animal sentience a big deal? Yes, it is."
The bat’s teeth and bones were three times the size of today’s average bat.
About six in 10 black people working in STEM fields say they have experienced some form of racial discrimination at work.
The tiniest fossils can change everything we know about early butterflies.
"We know virtually nothing about submarine volcanoes."
“We’re constantly trying to play a catch-up game.”
Magnetic fields help shape the birth of stars, the new study discovered.
Most of our historical record about the Phoenicians came from ancient Greeks and Romans—the Phoenician's arch-enemies.
"It is unequivocally intolerable that the Interior Department could be wasting scarce taxpayer resources that are meant to save lives.”
The signals come from deep space.
A security flaw could potentially allow hackers or government spies to slide into group chats unnoticed.
Researchers from UCLA examined how people react when the death of others is at stake.
Supercooled water droplets can exist naturally, but physicists still don’t know just how cold liquid water can get.
“We shouldn’t just assume that something is completely safe.”
It looks like a shark "that has undergone some kind of diabolical experiment.”
The corporation sells dead cats, pigeons and sharks.
Experts believe that the statue was stolen before it was buried.
By analyzing the chemicals in a person's gut, the capsule could tell what people were eating.
Other systems are orderly and neat.
Researchers say it is the latest indication that cryptocurrency is providing North Korea a “financial lifeline.”
They're stuck like this until the ice melts.
The sexual motifs of Moche ceramics are world-renowned.
80-million-year-old teeth rewrite what we know about shark evolution.
Two new papers give us the best glimpse yet at Titan's surface.
Eight people were injured in the incident in Zurich, Switzerland.