A look at some of our extreme planetary neighbors right here in the Milky Way Galaxy
The season’s third potential hurricane looks like it won’t build up enough steam to reach hurricane status, meteorologists said earlier today.
Hot and spicy salmonella; Promising Alzheimer's drug; EPA studies nanotech safety; White Knight Two debuts; and more...
Remember when scientists announced three years ago that they had found the soft tissue of a Tyrannosaurus Rex in a 70-million-year-old fossil? Never mind.
Discovery makes Titan the only place besides Earth known to have a body of liquid on its surface
Peppers fingered as salmonella culprits; Does soy lower sperm count?; Robot surveillance dragonfly takes flight; and more …
NASA satellites find an explosion of magnetic energy reaching a third of the way to the moon intensifies the polar phenomenon
The many ways we squander water, from unintentional leaks to outright negligence
See how overstretched freshwater supplies will increasingly influence the way we live.
The more fish in the water, the fewer coral-munching starfish
NASA visitors boldly go; Italian cyclist booted for doping; Tattoos tattle on problem prisoners; Solar-powered racing cars; Grunting fish; and more...
Landmark project celebrates 50 years of tracking wolves and moose on a protected archipelago in Michigan's Lake Superior
Rising temperatures may lead to more cases of the potentially painful condition
The neurotransmitter behind addictive behavior may also unleash paranoia
Killer hot peppers; Straightening kids' spines; Netting mosquitoes; Retiring the shuttle; and more...
A Q&A with Hany Farid, doctored digital-photo sleuth, on allegedly faked missiles--and tornadoes