Tech & Science
“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.
Experts tell Newsweek Apple’s augmented reality headset points to a post-smartphone future.
It's not every day that an insect expert is called to examine a famous painting.
Between its desecration and present day, the site was referred to vaguely as the “Jewish Garden.”
Scientists fear the dangerous diseases that warmer temperatures may bring.
If you live in these states, find a dark place to look at the sky and you may see something absolutely incredible.
A new experiment raises concerns about cerebral organoids.
Thawing permafrost in the city of Bethel is wreaking havoc on the local landscape.
Félicette. Never Forget.
You did not want to be performing a dental exam on this otter.
A new study decided on the world's "smartest" cities based on digital services, housing, government and more. Two U.S. cities made the top 10.
You have never had luck this terrible.
Richard Browning set record in his $52,000 suit.
He will head up the office that once was tasked to see out former President Barack Obama’s climate change initiatives
The new app could be a test case for how far viewers are willing to stray from old formats.
Using smell or another of the five senses to diagnose illnesses is actually pretty old school.
Russia could ban Facebook as early as next year.
When astronomers first spotted an explosion in 2014, they thought it was boring.
Pitting mosquitoes against mosquitoes just might work.
Research shows that people become easily overwhelmed by choice. One scientist argues that choosing good friends could help.
In German, they'd call us "Spargeltarzan."
“Less than a hundred examples of this specific type of sundial have survived, and of those, only a handful bear any kind of inscription at all—so this really is a special find.”
There may have been antimony lurking in the Roman town's water.
"You can't call it a cure...but it's probably getting close."
AI experts warn that in the future artificial intelligence could take control of our thoughts.
The speed limit is higher once the car is airborne.