Astronomers have found a bizarre asteroid that orbits the sun in the wrong direction
What the latest wave of hacking incidents could teach us about staying safe in 2017
In the thick of the Cold War, the U.S. carried out more than 200 atmospheric nuclear tests, and now you can watch some of them on YouTube
Surprising discoveries about what our extinct hominin relatives ate and how they treated their illnesses
Tired of seeing your Facebook friends rant about politics? Take a break with these simple methods
NASA says planets discovered in a solar system nearly 40 light-years away are in the zone that could hold the potential for life
One-third of American kids have been victims of cyberbullying – and that's just one of the high-tech hazards facing children today
Ice tells the story of a changing world, and it is not in denial about climate change
Inside the growing movement to engage girls in science, tech, engineering and math years before stereotypes can take hold
Cities and states have asked for more information about how sea level rise will affect them – here are answers to their questions
Your guide to understanding the year that was for the planet
Experts weigh in on where the fast-moving world of technology is headed in the new year
The latest Apple iOS 10 update comes with way more than new emojis and iMessage updates
A pokémon? A worm? Finally, we have an answer to the question internet users have been dying to know
Apple’s latest operating system update, iOS 10.3, has arrived; here’s what you should know before selecting “Install"
The English billionaire is making an economic and environmental case for farmers to move in a new direction
11 Asian elephants were saved from a muddy death after they fell into a massive crater left over from Vietnam War
The seven-armed octopus has been spotted only three times in the last 27 years by the Monterey Bay Aquarium Research Institute
With its first big launch since the Note 7 recall, Samsung delivers a "simply gorgeous” phone – but can it earn consumers' trust?
“Why can’t we all just get along?” Democratic Rep. Don Beyer asked, and then answered his own question: “It’s because the stakes are so large”
Max Temkin threatens to "buy the browser history of every congressman and congressional aide and publish it"
Astronaut Peggy Whitson became the most experienced female spacewalker with her eighth EVA Thursday
A new study looks at the human toll air pollution is taking worldwide
Proposed wall between U.S. and Mexico would block "natural pathways" that species have been following for millions of years
SpaceX plans to fly a Falcon 9 rocket Thursday using a previously flown first stage, a historic step in the company's push to lower launch costs
A new map puts Antarctica into 3D perspective with an aerial view of the continent's ice, created from 250 million satellite measurements
Some scientists are questioning whether exploding methane pockets created these large craters in Siberia
As Trump admin. aims to cut aid money and millions face famine, U.N. warns starving youth "susceptible to radicalization"
Faced with an unreceptive president, Ben Santer fears the government will intimidate scientists who study the issue
The measure passed in the Senate on a party-line vote late last week
The patient, who suffered a severe spinal cord injury that left him paralyzed from the shoulders down, can feed himself using his own arm and hand
The administration has begun to roll back regulations that cut power plant emissions of CO2, a greenhouse gas that's warming the planet
Experiment had car crash survivors play Tetris in the emergency room to see if it would help reduce flashbacks