John Glenn, the first American astronaut to orbit the Earth, went on to serve in the U.S. Senate and returned to space later in life
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Dr. David Fajgenbaum is both a physician and patient with Castleman disease, and he's on a mission to increase understanding of the often deadly condition
The latest Apple iOS 10 update comes with way more than new emojis and iMessage updates
Stunning images from around the world as the full moon makes its closest approach to Earth in decades
Museum honors these "humble masterpieces of design" that "planted the seeds for the explosive growth of a new visual language"
Intel is out with its annual list of the celeb searches most likely to put you at risk of computer viruses or malware
How activists, tech companies and law enforcement are navigating this new chapter in the (long) history of violence against women
A new report reveals which Android apps take the biggest toll
Live streaming videos and social media have turned everyday citizens into reporters and witnesses in a whole new way
Certain words and punctuation marks may not come across the way you intended
Aerial survey of Australia's Great Barrier Reef confirms vast extent of the unprecedented bleaching
Pruitt is a climate change skeptic who has long advocated against federal regulations and "the EPA's activist agenda"
The Better Business Bureau warns Facebook users to avoid illegal gift scams this holiday season
John Glenn, the astronaut and senator who died at the age of 95, is celebrated as a hero and space legend
"There’s a strong tendency to think that familiar species... must be OK because they are familiar and we see them in zoos. This is dangerous.”
John H. Glenn Jr., a decorated combat veteran and test pilot who gained worldwide fame as the first American to orbit the Earth, died at 95 years old
Japan's HTV cargo ship, loaded with nearly 4 tons of equipment and supplies, is scheduled for launch Friday to the International Space Station
Scientists have found evidence that chimpanzees can recognize one another from behind
Climate change brings new challenges to estimated 120 million of world's poorest people, who depend on the crop not to wake up, but to survive
United Launch Alliance rocket boosted $426 million military communications satellite into space
A rare glimpse of a mini submarine sunk by the U.S. Navy during the Pearl Harbor attack 75 years ago
Glenn, 95, the first American to go into orbit, is being treated at the Ohio State University James Cancer Center
No bigger than a speck of pepper, these tiny invaders have become one of the greatest threats to biodiversity in the United States
One car company is trying to change what it means to stop at a red light
Privacy watchdogs allege that two toys record what they hear and send copies to a firm that sells the recordings
The Weather Channel: “Though we would prefer to focus on our usual coverage of weather and climate science, in this case we felt it important to add our two cents"
Researchers created a mind-controlled robotic hand that gives people with certain types of spinal injuries the ability to perform everyday tasks
Alonzo Knowles bragged that he hacked celebrities' email accounts to write a book that will "shake up Hollywood"
A new study highlights the gap between how parents see themselves and how they actually spend their time
An "extremely rare" 14th-century mass burial pit full of plague victims has been discovered
Giant ice-age fossils were unearthed while workers were digging an extension of the Los Angeles subway system