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An attempt was made to access a 5.9 million credit cards, while 1.2 million personal records were compromised, the firm admitted.
The village of San Miguel Los Lotes was almost completely engulfed by tons of ash spewed out by the eruption of Guatemala’s Fuego volcano.
The big Moon mystery has now been solved. And yes, humans are to blame.
Results revealed that individuals who overestimated their knowledge of political policies were also more likely to believe in conspiracy theories.
From Iceland to Chile, here are fifty photos of volcanoes captured by astronauts.
No notch and barely any bezels.
The so-called "Spanish flu" of 1918 is thought to have killed between 50 and 100 million people around the world.
Plumes of acid rain, vog and lava continue to plague Hawaii's Big Island.
The finding fills in the gap between volcanic eruptions and marine extinctions that had been bugging scientists.
Findings suggest that psychedelics could be used to treat a host of mood and anxiety disorders, such as depression, anxiety, addiction and post-traumatic stress disorder.
Food recalls occur where there is an unexpected organism or allergen found in a food product.
In large part, people think that God looks like themselves.
"We were all kind of in shock—it was once in a lifetime," an observer reported.
The creases around our eyes play an important role in how others perceive our sincerity.
A New Jersey man claims the website used his picture without his consent.
Dozens of suspicious guides, some uploaded months ago, have racked up millions of views on the Google-owned video platform.
The 2018 World Cup begins this Thursday, with host country Russia facing off against Saudi Arabia.
Currently, most anti-depressants are based on one hypothesis of how the mental disorder arises.
Bloodthirsty rivalry may have driven the rapid evolution of these fearsome beasts.
Without amber, it’s unlikely that scientists would have ever discovered this long-extinct creature.
Scientists are finding that Baobab trees are dying in mysterious circumstances and they are stumped as to why.
The study studied data on 50,734 children who were born between 2004 and 2010.
These rock formations help to support the idea of a rapid Earth freeze over 700 million years ago.
“If it’s not part of people’s daily lives and suddenly it’s in the news, people sort of freak out a bit.”
One catch: Recipients will still be able to see that something was deleted from the chat.
"We [may] have at our fingertips the starting materials of planet formation from 4.6 billion years ago."
The missiles reappeared in "exactly" the same position as where they were prior to disappearing.
The testing on monkeys is being done in China because it would be too costly and controversial in the United States.
The doctor insists that she has done nothing wrong.
U.S. special forces are working with the Free Syrian Army to stage a Deir ez-Zor chlorine-based attack as a pretext for more airstrikes, the Russian military claimed Monday.