Using modern DNA, a new study traces the route early humans took to migrate from Africa to Europe and Asian
A tweeting shark, microscopic beauties and the 10 coolest species you've never heard of (because we didn't know they existed)
Hollywood blockbuster unleashes total earthquake devastation; where's the line between fact and fiction?
Since it was launched in 1990, the Hubble Space Telescope has sent us breathtaking images back from the deepest corners of space
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
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
Nick Dietz compiles some of the latest and greatest viral videos
New technology lets paralyzed people operate their phone -- make calls, check email, play games --- with just head movements
Named after evil spirits in "Harry Potter," the newly discovered wasp turns its victims into zombies before eating them alive
A text consisting of a particular string of characters can crash the iPhone messaging app or shut off the phone
A sneak peek at the new version of Android and better smartwatches, photos and maps - plus HBO Now and Android Pay
Swiss government institute solves the mystery of the disappearing holes in this iconic snack
While paching continues to wipe out elephants there, populations in other parts of Africa are finally on the rebound
The new perk is available in 14 cities as an added incentive to buy into the retailer's $99-a-year Prime subscription
A new proposal would keep farmers from spraying fields while bees are busy pollinating
Millions of Americans use dating apps and websites, but are they contributing to unsafe sex?
Australopithecus deyiremeda, which lived about 3.4 million yeas ago, suggests our ancestors were more diverse than we thought
Amid uncertainty over future Russian space station missions, NASA orders first crew flight from Boeing and awaits information
Signs of trauma to a 430,000-year-old skull may be evidence of a prehistoric homicide
The persistence of El Niño in the Pacific could contribute to very different conditions on the East and West Coasts
New regulations bolster the Clean Water Act with specific protections to shield small streams and wetlands from pollution
New study predicts glaciers in the Everest region could decline by 70 to 99 percent over the next eight decades