Tech & Science
If Puerto Rico takes Tesla up on the offer it could stop power outages and save 78 million gallons of fuel per year.
The cosmic light show was visible for several seconds.
Conflicts of interest were rife.
A block of wood, PVC pipe, duct tape and an hour of time is all it took to create the first bump-stock.
Other parts of Florida an Mexico are on the path to be hit by the latest Atlantic hurricane season storm.
“We could be eventually getting ourselves into a situation that we can’t control.”
The world now has its second ever high-quality Neanderthal genome.
Skeletons of four, unrelated men offer major insight into the sex lives of our early ancestors.
Researchers needed 30 extra minutes to calibrate a brain scanner due to the study's unusual approach.
DNA evidence confirms it: The "tree lobster" that was declared extinct a century ago is actually holding on.
Turns out sewer systems can only do so much to cut down on infections.
Even after five years on the market, the promised benefits aren't showing up.
We're getting closer to the dystopian future "Blade Runner" imagined for 2019.
“You don’t wait until it’s a total disaster before you do something,” Charles said.
Task Force warns about wasted blood and future shortages.
Cryptocurrency miners are exploiting the computers and smartphones of visitors to popular sites.
Weird dimming explained by an uneven cloud of dust moving around the star, study suggests.
The cyber threat to the U.S. from China is mostly one of "rampant" espionage.
The autumn equinox threw off the usual calendar.
Meteorologists predict that as many as 600 per hour will fall through the sky towards earth.
The mother is philosophically opposed to vaccinating her son for transmissible, potentially fatal and otherwise preventable diseases.
The team suspects seven statues may be part of the eventual haul, along with several other precious artifacts.
What at first looked like roaming sheep turned out to be a massive herd of polar bears.
Researchers used drug-resistant strains of bacteria collected from patients at the university’s hospital for their experiments.
A study on mice shows inhibiting a certain signaling pathway may allow the organ to simply mend itself.
Can the Google Pixel 2 finally topple Apple's dominance at the premium end of the market?
The radiation is not a threat to human health, but it's a previously unknown risk of coastal nuclear power plants.
These pumped-up pigs are raising suspicions about mistreatment and renegade genetic engineering.
The event began in June, and since then almost 2,500 tremors have been noted.
Turns out, the world nearly ending leaves its mark.