Tech & Science
Artificial sweeteners may be contributing to chronic diabetes and cardiovascular diseases.
Welcome to the future.
Some scientists really do think it's possible.
Can the world’s biggest video platform take on Spotify and Apple Music at their own game? It’s time to find out.
If production continues, it could undermine our ozone layer's fragile recovery.
The island of New Guinea is home to a group of unusual green-blooded lizards, known as Prasinohaema.
Technology could let you keep your independence in the later stages of life.
Your beer might get the next round for you.
Caviar: "It is easy to imagine this phone in the hands of the astronauts, pioneers, people who make great discoveries."
Our gut feelings may be more rational than we think.
Terrestrial life is intimately influenced by the tilt of Earth's axis, so it shouldn't surprise us if the same is true elsewhere.
“Since we are all made of processed stellar material, this is really finding our own origins.”
Subscriptions on Snapchat are meant to show users the stories they actually want to see, here's how to subscribe or unsubscribe.
By 2050, the report estimates, there will be about 5.6 billion air conditioners worldwide, in contrast to 1.6 billion in use now.
In 2016, scientists from the California Institute of Technology found evidence to suggest that a planet larger than Earth could be hiding beyond the orbit of Pluto, out in the furthest reaches of the Solar System.
Hurricane season is set to start on June 1.
Revisiting history yields haunting insights about what might have been.
The discovery could have profound implications for science.
The companies involved have promised shorter wait times at restaurants and an overall easier trip abroad.
These beasts may have had an ingenious solution.
The latest dramatic photos of the eruption of Hawaii's Kilauea volcano show towering ash plumes and red hot lava flows.
The original "Pale Blue Dot" is a famous image of Earth taken from a distance of around 3.7 billion miles by the Voyager 1 spacecraft.
Astronauts Drew Feustel and Rocky Arnold will spend more than six hours outside of the ISS Wednesday.
Between 1985 and 2015, hit songs were significantly more danceable than songs that didn't top the charts.
Scientists aren't sure of where these asteroids are anymore, or how close they may come to Earth.
The experiment created an exotic form of matter that cannot be found naturally on Earth.
The mail was also addressed to “Mr. Getout Ofengland.”
The new find might also reveal what life on Mars could look like.
The app allowed users to take psychometric tests.
Where do they come from? How do they work? And of course, will they help us find aliens?