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.
The Motion Picture Association of America asks moviegoers to shut off cell phones, cameras and futuristic computer glasses
A little-known Chinese smartphone maker is grabbing marketshare from more established players
Winning images from the Nikon Small World Photomicrography 2014 contest
Power utilities can't keep up with the flood of renewable energy companies trying to get on the grid
Michelangelo painted the ceiling of the Sistine Chapel by the light of the sun coming through small windows, and now 450 years after his death, his masterpieces are being seen in a whole new light provided by 7,000 LEDs. The chapel is also getting a new ventilation system. Allen Pizzey reports.
The Wall Street Journal is reporting that Apple is in talks to distribute its products in Iran, but economic sanctions isolate the country because of its nuclear program. Gayle King reports.
Investigation continues into what caused Orbital's unmanned Antares rocket to explode just seconds after takeoff. In the meantime, the failure has refocused attention on NASA's increased dependence on commercial launch services. Chip Reid reports from the NASA flight facility on Wallops Island, Virginia.
A lava flow on the Big Island of Hawaii is expected cut off the town of Pahoa as soon as Friday. Residents of close to 50 homes will soon be displaced when the molten rock descends on their houses. Carter Evans reports from Hawaii.
Four hundred fifty years after Michelangelo's death, his masterpieces are being preserved through LED lights, new air conditioning system
Hackers who have found their way dangerously close to sensitive White House data have prompted calls for better defenses
There are several captive breeding programs for pandas around the world; but one facility in China hopes to release the endangered animals back into the wild
Students at one Ivy League school will soon be able to earn credit for tweeting, online shopping, chatting and watching YouTube videos
Researchers argue for a nationwide shift to more premium fuel at the pump
The rocket makers say they hope to pin down the cause of a spectacular Antares launch failure within a week or so
Students from the 5th grade through college had spent months competing to have their science experiments sent to space