What happens when babies drink night milk in the morning, or morning milk in the late afternoon?
Before his confirmation this week, Mark Esper tried to deny the impact of the military service ban. "Whoever can meet the standards without special accommodations can serve," he said. "Transgender individuals may serve."
As we celebrate the 50th anniversary of the moon landing this month, we must revitalize America's commitment to space.
A dramatic episode involving Russia, Chinese, South Korea and Japanese warplanes over the Pacific may be the latest effort by Moscow to challenge Washington's global military order.
In 1994, a huge 8.2 magnitude earthquake struck Bolivia. Scientists now use data from this quake to provide fascinating insights into Earth's interior.
Two former State Department officials who helped craft the 2015 Iran nuclear deal say allies are increasingly frustrated with U.S. financial dominance—and this may be the final straw.
Greece has expelled several Russian diplomats for their alleged interference in the country's foreign policy.
A report suggested Ivanka Trump's campaign for paid family leave was about to take a back seat after the departure of her top adviser on the issue.
Jupiter's lightning is "inside out."
The Kremlin has closed Jehovah\'s Witnesses prayer halls and banned the group\'s translation of the Bible as part of a campaign against minority religions.
The finding could have important implications for our understanding of how both normal learning and neurological disorders may occur.
Joint statement from the U.S., U.K., France, and Germany decries the \"assault on U.K. sovereignty\".
The comments came ahead of the U.S. release of reports which could lead to increased sanctions.
Only eight years after a \"hope and change\" election, the present mood of the country is one of fear and change.
Alexis Bortell and the others involved in her lawsuit against the U.S. government will have their day in court soon, and her lawyer thinks they can win.
The signals come from deep space.
Sea levels rose six times faster than the global average between 2011 and 2015 in the "hot spot."
North Korea might \"be inclined to fire first\" if it miscalculates Trump\'s signals.