A new study suggests an asteroid triggered global volcanic eruptions that drove the dinosaurs to extinction
Since it was launched in 1990, the Hubble Space Telescope has sent us breathtaking images back from the deepest corners of space
A tiny dino with bat wings, sewer water beer, Stephen Hawking on One Direction and more
The first gaming Hall of Fame will open this summer in New York. Which games would you choose for the honor?
After a two-year hiatus, the Large Hadron Collider will restart soon, twice as strong and with some "dark" mysteries to unlock
A new study finds that a gaze from those puppy dog eyes boosts the hormone associated with trust and mother-child bonding
CNET's Scott Stein was one of the first to take the new wearable device for a test drive; what does he think?
More than $5 million of the $30 million purse has been doled out so far; here's how the winning teams have done it
Satellite photos show our planet in amazing 4K resolution
A study found cutting back on pollution from coal-fired power plants would reduce heart attack and lung disease deaths
Scientists are studying how animals maneuver through the environment to build better flying drones and swimming subs
Astronomers say the planets "are unlike anything in our solar system"
Along the West Coast, signs that sea stars from Alaska to Baja are fighting back from a devastating disease
Using technology developed for the blind, RayGo tries to make texting while driving easier and less dangerous
SurveyMonkey CEO and husband of Facebook exec Sheryl Sandberg was in Mexico when he collapsed, family friend says
While millions paid $100 to watch the bout on pay-per-view, many others enjoyed it free online thanks to live streaming apps
Put this on and you fly around inside the brain, moving past brain tissue, nerves and blood vessels by simply moving your head
Susan Wojcicki went from being Google's landlord in 1998 to its 16th employee the next year, its first female exec and first mother within four months
The video sharing service has gone from scrappy upstart to one of the Internet's dominant companies, where hobbyists can fashion careers for themselves as YouTube celebs
On May 3, 1997, the world champion faced off against IBM's chess-playing computer
SurveyMonkey CEO Dave Goldberg, husband to Facebook executive Sheryl Sandberg, died Friday
It took Bryan Henderson four years to fix every instance of a galling misused phrase on Wikipedia
After two more quakes hit thousands of miles away, some wonder if there's any connection
On its tenth birthday, the site picked out a memorable video from each year of its life; did your top picks make the list?
Researchers fear long-term exposure could damage astronauts' brains and nervous systems