The "exceptionally informal" president is continuing a political trend that started over a century ago, according to experts.
Scientists scanned the brains of people who can identify a musical note without any context.
“Knock-and-spit” DNA collection is replacing “stop-and-frisk” as police departments look to expand a DNA database that could include innocent people and those who didn’t consent to DNA testing.
Brandon Calvillo, a friend of David Dobrik, has recently come under fire for allegedly dating an underage girlfriend. In a new video, he attempts to share their side of the story.
Cannabis is currently classified as a schedule IV drug under international law, placing it in the same category as heroin.
Sensitivity screens might be added to Instagram.
Despite being picked on for her plant-based diet, Genesis Butler is determined to turn the world vegan.
Chang’e 4 is the first spacecraft to successfully land on the far side of the moon.
Facebook Messenger users only have 10 minutes after they send a message to unsend.
From the first moon landings to vertigo-inducing space walks and high-resolution images of deserts, glaciers and cities on our planet.
A panorama photograph of British World War Two military motorbikes deep inside a shipwreck in the Red Sea sees German photographer Tobias Friedrich named Underwater Photographer of the Year 2018. Friedrich's photograph beat more than 5,000 entries by underwater photographers from around the world.
Humans abandoned the area in 1986, following what is generally regarded as the worst nuclear disaster in history.
The newly named six-wheeled explorer will search for evidence of past and present life on Mars when it reaches the surface in 2021.
The European Southern Observatory image shows the N180 B nebula, a well-known source of new stars.
Hundreds of people in Florida and Cuba witnessed the phenomenon.
Almost all animals of the 162 classified as threatened were in danger because of humans hunting the creatures for food or body parts.
The spread of wildflowers in 2017 was so dense it could be seen from space.
If you’re looking to improve one workplace skill this year, make it Microsoft Excel.