Headspace, an app that provides guided meditation, has three million downloads as users perform a centuries-old practice with a swipe of a smartphone
About 100 million years of meteorite abuse might explain why Earth doesn't quite match the material it's thought to come from
Nearly 30,000 tons of dirty meat trays and to-go cups now sent to landfills can be recycled in a cost-effective way, according to a decision made public Tuesday
New U.N. report calls for world governments to make broadband more available and affordable for billions who don't have access
Noninvasive technique would let experts test theory that Nefertiti's grave is behind a hidden door in the boy king's monument
Awe-inspiring views of volcanic eruptions
The Wall Street Journal reports that Apple has sped up its plans to manufacture a car and has set a ship date for 2019
The bird has come to symbolize efforts to strike a balance between economic development and environmental protection in the West
Macaque monkey selfies taken during 2011 trip to Sulawesi by British nature photographer David Slater
Can you guess where it is?
Moving to cut costs, the formerly high-flying provider of online deals will lay off 1,100 workers
Discovery of a duck-billed grazer far north in Alaska "challenges everything we thought about a dinosaur's physiology"
Street closures and security measures could get in the way of some highly anticipated deliveries
Mark Zuckerberg's $100 million donation, which was matched with by other donors, was hailed as a potential game-changer, but the results haven't measured up
Reports say the tech giant is ramping up its hush-hush electric car project, code-named Titan
Each of us walks around in a cloud of microbes as personalized as a fingerprint, study finds
Mobile order-and-pay is still rare, but could become more common as fast-food chains look to keep up with changing expectations
The ancient animal swam the oceans at least 120 million years ago, when dinosaurs still roamed the Earth
Study analyzes impact of rising seas and harsher storms on flooding from Northeast to Texas: "Sometimes, 1 plus 1 can equal 3"
An average American tosses five pounds of waste per day into landfills, double EPA estimates, a new study finds