Screening devices will be the first in the U.S. used to protect mass transit riders from explosives and weapons
Having a hard time putting down your phone? New practices and apps can help you disconnect and enjoy your time off
On the Galápagos Islands, some of the world's most unusual species are in a race against time
Together, they're responsible for the personal data of at least 50 million people being used without consent
"Japan is a strange, exotic and quirky place" -- but that's not the only reason it's on the leading edge of a robot revolution
Smart toys are popular holiday gifts, but consumer watchdogs are warning about the risks they pose to children's privacy
New technology called CRISPR has opened the floodgates of DNA hacking. But how many people, if any, should be allowed play God?
"Star Trek'"s tricorder? Now, there are CT scans, MRIs and ultrasounds
Accelerating sea level rise means the islanders of Kiribati face homelessness, sooner rather than later
Cyberattacks are more prevalent than ever, and reformed hackers are often the only people who can stop their own kind
Facing a severe population decline as its people shun reproduction, Japan is turning to robots to address the shortfall
Earth is in the midst of the sixth mass extinction in the planet's history, researchers warn in a new, big-picture report
Many who have lost the use of their legs could benefit from life-changing devices that enable them to stand and walk, but are finding huge hurdles to actually access them
There's been a lot of concern about the energy usage involved in mining cryptocurrency, but at least one researcher thinks that's misguided
Turns out, hacking a democracy is relatively cheap and simple
First lady discussed cyberbullying prevention during the Federal Partners on Bullying Prevention summit
A look at the life and work of the theoretical physicist and author of "A Brief History of Time"
Researchers hope to open more minds about the potential of psychedelic drugs to combat anxiety, depression and other maladies
The minds of dolphins, dogs and elephants function in ways humans can easily underestimate
While scientists question whether extrasensory perception exists, for decades the Defense Department took an offensive interest in studying psychic phenomena
At least seven counties in Florida are under a state of emergency for a toxic algae bloom that has killed thousands of marine animals
Emily Graslie comes alive talking about dead things
Last week, two hurricanes barreled through the Pacific, and there are new concerns that rising seawater temperatures could bring them closer to California
The social media giant has allowed ads that exclude certain groups, like families with kids or the disabled
The U.S. space agency says it named asteroid 249516 "Aretha," which will "keep orbiting beyond Mars"
The conspiracy theorist is at the center of a debate about free speech and the internet. Here's what you need to know
More than 1,000 employees sign letter objecting to plan for search engine that complies with Chinese censorship
Google has revised a help page that erroneously described how its "Location History" setting works
"Dugout Loop" would transport baseball fans between East Hollywood and the stadium in under four minutes
It’s a key reason why the 2008 and 2012 elections dealt with fewer cybersecurity issues
Zinke, a Trump appointee, contradicted earlier statements where he has discounted the role of climate change in the fires
Two pumps installed on a canal mix water with ozone, which removes toxins
Chairman Ajit Pai may be asked about commission's actions regarding issue known as "net neutrality"