"This just demonstrates how hard spaceflight really is," says former NASA astronaut after latest crash
Virgin said its SpaceShipTwo space tourism rocket experienced an "in-flight anomaly" during test mission
A Portland, Oregon, 14-year-old has developed a way to detect cancer sooner, and as a reward he just won a national prize and even had a planet named after him. KOIN's Kohr Harlan reports.
The company will pay a Montreal woman $2,000 for the revealing image
Drivers with wider girths are more likely to die in a car crash, prompting a new, fatter dummy
Ghouls from other galaxies and the specters of outer space: A Halloween tribute
Nestle Japan will introduce humanoid robots at shops to promote the sales of its coffee machines. Starting in November the company plans to place about 1,000 of the robots in home appliance stores across Japan.
Apple CEO Tim Cook is getting a lot of public support after his personal revelation. He is now the first openly gay executive of a Fortune 500 company.
Nick Dietz compiles some of the week's best viral videos, including motorcycle chariot racing, a musical tribute to Shia LeBeouf and a combat ship side launched into a river. Plus, a Chihuahua that, when held by a certain someone, freezes up like it was crossbred with a possum.
A river of lava threatens to block the main road into the village of Pahoa. Dozens of people who could lose their homes don't know when to get out. Carter Evans reports.
Two years after Sandy, researchers in New Jersey want to bring more powerful predictions to the people
Nick Dietz compiles some of the week's best viral videos
A team of deaf entrepreneurs has developed a revolutionary way for the hearing and hearing-impaired to communicate
MotionSavvy's Uni tablet case uses motion capture to translate sign language into spoken words. CNET's Kara Tsuboi reports.
Hubble photograph shows a beautiful, turbulent galaxy spinning 65 million light years away
Zookeepers are keeping an eye on the 120-pound giraffe calf, making sure he's getting all the nutrition he needs. He could make his first appearance in the feeding habitat as soon as next week. as soon as next week.
Ecuador's once endangered Galapagos tortoise population has made a steady recovery, according to a new study, thanks to the success of a captive breeding program in the region. There were once only 12 Galapagos tortoises, but now there are more than 2,000.
The brains of conservatives and liberals differ in how they respond to disturbing images, study shows
Students from a South Jersey high school have a unique connection to the unmanned supply rocket that exploded moments after liftoff. The students' science experiment had been chosen to board the rocket intended for the International Space Station. KYW's Carol Erickson reports.
One of the first website servers was developed at Stanford University in 1991. Archivists have kept the sites active showing a living history of the Internet. KPIX's John Ramos takes a look at web technology in its infancy.