Tech & Science
A study shows cats might be less opportunistic than their reputation suggests.
Privacy advocates say it would be dangerous to create security loopholes that allow intelligence services to bypass encrypted services.
Likely the only thing that could save physical stores is a move to a showroom model.
Charity wants to 'empower veterans with gaming' and help ease anxiety disorders.
The 'giant tribe' of surfers is mobilizing to protect their sport from the effects of climate change.
The ride-sharing company's pilot program is suspended in Arizona, Pittsburgh and San Francisco pending an investigation.
Scientists warn it may be too late to save the Great Barrier Reef, which experienced the worst dying off of coral ever recorded in 2016.
New power plant construction dipped by two-thirds in 2016, with declining investments in China and India accelerating the trend.
Dozens of companies have stopped their ads from running on YouTube and other Google platforms.
The latest Vault 7 CIA leaks allegedly reveal hacking methods to spy on Apple devices.
The move raises the possibility that Twitter could collect subscription fees for the first time.
With Trumpcare in limbo due to lack of GOP support, here are some other ideas for how to change Obamacare—and address the cost of drugs.
A quarter of the 2,000 survey participants said robots would do a better job than humans.
Rotavirus kills an estimated 1,300 children each day.
According to a new study, just a few days of opiate painkillers can lead to long-term use, a strong indicator of dependency. The finding could help guide doctors' prescribing habits and discussions with patients.
Several curative treatments for hepatitis C are now available. But several barriers are preventing a full embrace by physicians.
Mapping the universe requires measuring ultraviolet light, an impossible feat until now. A new technique is enabling astronomers to create ever more accurate models of the vast reaches of space.
A Muppet with autism makes her “Sesame Street” debut on April 10, a first for the show. The introduction is intended to help destigmatize autism and reduce isolation among diagnosed children.
Aflatoxin, a fungal poison present in many staple food crops, is a global health threat. Scientists have now created a strain of corn that prevents production of the toxin. But resistance to GMO crops could thwart its use.
Matt Brittin, Google's Europe head, acknowledged that ads appeared next to extremist content.
Jeff Jones' departure is just the latest blow for the ride-sharing company, which has been beset with controversies in recent months.
More natural sounding pink noise may be more effective then the white noise of a fan or other consistent sounds.
Amazon's acquisition of startup Harvest.ai is a natural fit for the company.
Mastectomy patients are increasingly opting for colorful ink to reclaim their bodies.
Environmental policy wonks facing federal cuts are being recruited to come to California, whose ecological efforts stand in stark contrast to Trump priorities.
Researchers advise those without Celiac disease to keep gluten in their diets.
With hackers able to steal fingerprint data off the perfect picture, researchers are working on more dynamic biometric features like heartbeat patterns.
The president would imperil public health with cuts to funds that help states and localities protect water and clean up waste.
Delivering seizure-triggering images to epileptics through Twitter is a crime. But most of us, even the Twitter trolls, don't know why such flashes of light affect the brain.
Pharmacy benefit managers arose to fulfill a need created by the Medicare Modernization Act. But now these companies are contributing to escalating drug prices, the very opposite of their original purpose.