A rough draft for "The Stormlight Archive" Book 4 is complete, and a release date for Brandon Sanderson fantasy novel has been announced for November, 2020.
In the 70 years since its founding, the U.S.-led NATO military alliance has steadily expanded into Eastern Europe, bringing with it new weapons viewed as provocative by Russia.
The research team also found that only 21 of the 91 long rivers that were once connected to the ocean still retain a direct connection from source to sea.
Nancy Pelosi's climate change message was received by several progressives with open arms, championing the new speaker for passionately addressing the issue.
"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.
The planet is likely the densest Earth-sized planet ever found.
The fear that robots will put millions out of work has it all wrong. Data is the new oil, fueling a boom that is churning up new investors, new industries and thousands of new jobs.
Scientists simulate what the introduction of advanced artificial intelligence into society would look like.
Marvel needs all five Infinity Stones before 'Infinity War', and one is still missing after 'Thor Ragnarok'.
The first full trailer for "Star Wars: The Last Jedi" premiered during halftime of 'Monday Night Football.'
Hurricane prediction science is improving, but at a frustratingly slow pace.
Google plans to buy enough wind and solar energy to offset all the electricity used by its 13 data centers and offices in 150 cities worldwide.
Using technology to fix climate change requires careful research—but that's easier said than done.
More than two dozen Republican-led states have come out against accepting Syrian refugees.
The U.N. has created a save-the-world crowdfunding campaign, but critics say it faces colossal challenges to success.
Two zoologists warn that humans should be ready for more outbreaks as the world warms.
After the success of its Mars mission, the country plans to offer cut-price services to western space agencies
Americans have forgotten the rest of the world. Nothing could make that clearer than the candidates running for election to the U.S. Congress and the Senate right now. If you watch the campaign ads, listen to the debates or the candidates themselves, Afghanistan barely figures, Iraq is history, the Middle East peace process a yawn.