Tech & Science
Variations in genes only accounted for 12 percent of the variation in the way people behaved, but that's not nothing.
Ticks apparently sucked the fun out of dinosaur summers, too.
Not everyone loves sitting on Old Saint Nick's lap.
There's an app for that.
Of the nine major meteor showers this year, Wednesday's is arguably the best.
Iran may also be looking to Mexico for cyber warfare support.
There's a difference between weather and climate.
As survivors of sexual assault and abuse are coming forward with their stories, doctors are learning what to do when those survivors are their patients.
A database of 1.4 billion user passwords compiled from 252 data breaches is suspected to be the largest ever.
"Very few biblical scholars believe that Luke is telling us something historically accurate about the circumstances of Jesus' birth."
The president announced his plans to help U.S. astronauts return to the moon and start laying down a foundation to eventually reach Mars.
An unknown group of hackers dubbed MoneyTaker stole millions from banks around the world.
SpaceX's NASA cargo launch has been delayed for the second time in two days.
The problems with the drug are just one sign of a system that is straining to help displaced Syrians.
From latke waffles to zucchini fritters—and the origins of this tradition—we've got you covered.
This company helps corporations meet their bottom line while still helping to sustain the environment's resources.
Are men wimps or do they have an inferior immune system?
Shadows, wind and rain might explain weird radio signals from Saturn.
Early-stage trials showed many encouraging signs.
A Japanese researcher recently identified a brand-new optical illusion that truly has to be seen to be believed.
The object looks suspiciously like a space probe design humans are already considering sending to other solar systems.
Fishing was so central to the inhabitants of that era that it took on a spiritual meaning, not just a practical one.
The stuff in diet sodas has been linked to a variety of medical conditions, including weight gain.
Despite legal protection, North Atlantic right whales keep getting struck accidentally by fishing boats and entangled in gear.
Doctors want to push the drug maker and insurers to find a better solution.
Norway's Arctic coast is littered with microplastics.
The formula is made by a company that also distributes Sorrento cheese and owns organic yogurt company Stonyfield Farms.
'You can solve cost, climate and public health all at the same time,' says chief sustainability officer Melissa Lavinson.
Mathematicians have discovered the answer.
The secret is in the structure of asteroids, which look surprisingly like Swiss cheese.