Tech & Science
The analysis is based on bone measurements, not DNA testing.
A "dead" man mysteriously came back to life in a hospital morgue.
For International Women's Day 2018, Google asked 12 female artists to create doodles that reflect their unique lives and stories.
“The myth of 'If I don’t smoke, I won’t get lung cancer' has been very damaging,” said one expert.
Mapping where thick layers of rock are full of pressurized water can help scientists understand what's happening beneath the surface.
The fires are so big that they can be seen from space.
Getting hit by Tiangong-1 debris is about a million times less likely than winning the lottery.
The digital assistants are now being used regularly by 47 million people and another 10 percent of the country is expected to buy a smart speaker by the end of 2018.
Researchers wanted to understand more about why humans talk to dogs and if the manner of speaking is beneficial to the animals in some way.
Traditionally, these rare births are considered good luck.
If we keep making satellites at the current rate, nearby planets could spot us by 2200.
Some refer to the zoo as a “death zoo” because of reportedly unsanitary conditions and alarming treatment.
A harmless dare forever changed this man's life.
The allegations could raise Fourth Amendment questions.
Approximately 30 firefighters were deployed to combat the fire.
This part-time professor spent nearly half her annual salary on her best friend.
The United States previously grew more than 14,000 apple varieties.
It would be one thing if opioid-based pain pills simply did nothing for people with chronic pain—but they can be addictive.
Astronomers are finally sharing new discoveries about the largest planet in our solar system.
A genetic technique could uncover potential new treatments for diseases by studying the animal kingdom.
Elon Musk thinks this emoji is jazz hands but technically it's a hugging emoji.
The U.S social network has had mixed results with robotics in the past.
The extreme range of the new cars on show at this year's Geneva Show Show is a reflection of an industry in turmoil.
Google acknowledged that the use of AI in a military context "naturally raises valid concerns."
The thruster devours molecules it plucks from the air.
"iPhone is disabled, try again in 25,114,984 minutes," the iPhone notification read.
Move over Nigerian email scam, fraudsters have a new sneaky trick.
The 4.5-pound reptile didn't let size stop it from spreading across Pangea.
The dust could be evidence of evolving infant exoplanets.
The military's newest project sounds like it's straight out of a science fiction movie.