He faced the felony charge of invasion of privacy.
"Mercury is just so weird and so exotic compared to the Moon and other terrestrial planets," Kathleen Vander Kaaden, a planetary scientist at the engineering company Jacobs Engineering Group working on a contract at the NASA Johnson Space Center in Texas, told Newsweek.
Author/lawyer Michael Cohen promises to clarify his role in the "unfortunate saga" involving porn star Stormy Daniels.
Republican leaders, including Trump, used the phrase "if true" when discussing allegations against Roy Moore.
The argument between #TeamIssa and #TeamLawrence will come full circle during "Insecure's" season two finale Sunday.
Should we be saving the rhinos or the poachers driving them to extinction? The answer is not as easy as you might think.
Scientists may have solved one major problem that comes up when building a fusion reactor—runaway electrons.
The ripples in space-time were first predicted by Einstein more than 100 years ago.
The first priority upon Chelsea Manning's release will be ensuring her safety, her attorney says.
"The comic books [are] a jumping-off point," says co-star Rachel Keller.
Long before the rise of fake Facebook news, stories by The New York Times' Herbert Matthews portrayed Fidel as a genial democrat.
Donald Trump's corny cameos, as told by the people who had the misfortune of working with him on set.
On World Blood Donor Day, LGBT activists ask federal health officials to reverse an antiquated public health policy enforced at the height of the AIDS crisis.
Peregrine falcons can hit birds even faster than Johnson's powerball.
It gives Israelis no comfort to know the terrorist violence appears worse in parts of Europe.
Newly discovered, 15-year-old emails show the New Jersey governor's undying love for The Boss. We take a look at how he went from diehard fan to Bon Jovi defector.
Jon Stewart finally bids farewell, with a cathartic Bruce Springsteen performance and a plea for vigilance.