Tech & Science
The Marines want the new drone to be fully operational by 2034.
Hawking's 1988 bestseller A Brief History of Time made him world famous and wealthy. But just how wealthy?
The Tesla founder is recruiting Onion staffers because "comedy is the next frontier".
A senior Trump administration official told Reuters that steep tariffs against China are likely "in the very near future."
This no-hands trick is great for people who want to record themselves playing an instrument, or doing a hair or makeup tutorial on Snapchat.
Both ate the cereal without getting sick, according to reports.
Scientists don't really know why or how these craters got here.
The Big Apple is home to more than 8.5 million people who create an enormous amount of poo—and some of this waste is causing a major stink 900 miles away, in Alabama.
SpaceX made an emotional video that's like a walk down memory lane of the Falcon Heavy launch.
An ex-spy, his daughter and a police officer are seriously ill. So what exactly is Novichok?
This popular diet burns fat instead of carbohydrates for weight loss.
Cannabis might reduce pain but not by a lot, and not by much more than a placebo.
The cards can be used at nearly 700 places on campus and can even show who you spend the most time with.
Developer Qbix says the Calendar 2 application had two separate security bugs.
They may not have been the most impressive flyers, but it got the job done.
The galaxy, known as NGC 1277, is located 240 million light-years from Earth.
The research could pave the way for DNA-based intelligence tests.
Neil deGrasse Tyson said so many people believe the Earth is flat now because the education system has failed.
New Zealand could become the first country to establish a commercial network of autonomous electric air taxis.
The technique is a bit like the riddle in which two guards, one lying and one honest, are hiding a tiger.
A radio signal emitted from the source of an earthquake will reach a city seconds faster than the shakes.
The humanoid robot won't miss, but you don't get a lot of help on defense.
Chinese state media revealed a lab in Shenzhen is mass-producing invisibility materials.
Scientists don't know what causes the weird signals.
The FCC ruled the firm's tiny satellites were too small to be adequately monitored, and risked collision with other spacecraft.
Megalodon could grow up to 18 meters in length and weigh as much as 37 tons.
Android and Amazon Kindle users will still be able to access the app, which gives account holders access to over 200 magazines.
Moscow is yet to present evidence that these weapons exist.
"The first initial results are incredibly mind-blowing."
Radio waves are fast, but not fast enough to reach us before a civilization goes extinct.