Tech & Science
A hurricane here on Earth is slowing down the search for life on other Earths.
Soil can store three times the amount of carbon found in the atmosphere.
The solar minimum is coming and scientists are getting ready.
The vegetarian dinosaurs had giraffe-like necks and bore a strong resemblance to a family in Europe.
Maybe early puberty is to blame.
The senator called drilling in the Arctic a "tremendous opportunity."
The 18 items date from between 250 A.D. to the year 900.
It's only been seen a handful of times.
Scientists get “unprecedented view” of how the fungal parasite takes control of an ant’s body.
The images are a “huge step forward” in understanding disorders such as autism, schizophrenia and Parkinson’s Disease.
A combination of four quarks is something scientists have never been able to prove exists—until now.
The rogue space station is expected to crash to Earth in the next few months.
Now you can look as sour as you want about your friend's latest vacation photos.
Scientists have a powerful new way to reproduce the success.
The team with the Kaukana project has uncovered a section of the ship 13 foot in length and over six feet wide.
Close on the heels of Rick Perry asserting fossil fuels prevent sexual assault, Trump attempts a new feat.
This is the second winter in a row that La Niña is at play.
China has become an alien-scouting superpower.
This giant crab was observed for the first time hunting and killing a seabird.
As the planet warmed over the past decade, there has been a 2,300 percent increase in fatalities from heat waves.
Such damage has been seen only in people over 46. He was 27.
The findings contradict previous landmark studies.
Save the toebeans!
Physicists are sick and tired of not being able to find dark matter.
Plus, it's delicious.
“No one was injured and all safety protocols were followed during the time of this incident,” read a statement. “We are now conducting a thorough and fully transparent investigation of the root cause.”
He was confirmed in a 49-47 vote on Thursday.
More than half of North Atlantic Right Whale deaths since 2009 were from becoming entangled with nets.
You'd almost certainly burn to death if you didn't get out of the way.
Entrepreneurs are pursuing some eyebrow-raising possibilities.