Chuck Klosterman's "But What if We're Wrong?" looks at the fact that the march of history ultimately disproves most things
Two space station astronauts plan to venture outside for a long-awaited spacewalk Friday to attach a new docking mechanism to the lab complex
As the lava meets the sea, it's creating new land and putting on a crackling, hissing, fire-spitting show
The foundation did not confirm or deny a report that it had hired a cyber security firm to check for signs of a breach
Lava on Hawaii's Big Island has crept down miles of mountainside and is dripping into the Pacific Ocean for a crackling, hissing, fire-spitting show
Scientists wonder whether a mysterious force far beyond our galaxy will ultimately destroy us
The social media giant has deactivated the accounts over the last six months
The U.S. government will pass guardianship of the Internet domain naming system to a private nonprofit in October
The world's longest aircraft -- dubbed the "flying bum" -- has taken its maiden flight. The Airlander 10 is more than 300 feet long, nearly 50 feet longer than the biggest passenger planes. Its creators say the unusually-shaped aircraft can stay in the sky for days. Jonathan Vigliotti reports.
Database containing genetic codes of more than 60,000 people could shed light on malfunctioning genes
Scientists have found an adorable purple squid with big eyes that looks like a "Finding Nemo" character
Body donations to medical schools are up in many places
Avoid Apple's pesky "Storage Almost Full" warning by following these simple steps.
Rumors are circulating about possible features of the rumored iPhone 7
The U.K. government has signed off on Hornsea Project Two, which will cover an area of the North Sea twice the size of Liverpool
The latest viral Internet challenge aims to raise awareness and prevention for veteran suicide
For the first time, scientists have managed to breed a rare species of spider
The Colorado River reservoir - which supplies water to communities from Nevada to Arizona - is severely affected by drought
Is Google competing against Microsoft Windows and even its own Android operating system?
Infamous NSA whistleblower ties the alleged exposure of NSA malware to claims Russia is interfering in the U.S. presidential election