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Poll finds that a lack of concern, not a lack of knowledge, may be holding Americans back from pushing for necessary changes
Liftoff of experimental Air Force lightweight 55-foot "Super Strypi" rocket apparently went well, but then trouble arrived
Video game manufacturer Activision Blizzard has acquired King, the makers of the hit app "Candy Crush Saga" for $5.9 billion
The NASA astronaut is two-thirds of the way through a one-year mission on board the International Space Station
Sennheiser explains the exorbitant price tag on its Orpheus luxury headphones
Tens of thousands of the odd-looking little antelopes died in just two weeks, leaving experts stumped but determined
Google's parent company, Alphabet, hopes to launch "Project Wing" with fleet of commercial drones in 2017
Amazon is now offering paternity leave to its employees in the wake of reports about its intense workplace culture
CBS will stream a new Star Trek series in 2017, becoming the first traditional television network to debut a stream-only show
Audiophiles can now purchase what are being described as the world's best headphones for the hefty price tag of $55,000.
How effective are health apps? Not very, if you don't use them
For the teeniest title, it beat out a shell that could fit ten times into the eye of a needle
Twitter just ditched "favorite" stars for "like" hearts - and users aren't hearting it one bit
Teenager deletes over 2,000 photos, rewrites captions on "false photos" to show harsh reality
"We're the ones who have to live with it if the oceans are acidic and the planet is 5 degrees warmer"
A report by Common Sense Media shows tweens spend almost six hours a day on "entertainment media"
The policy includes up to 20 weeks of paid leave for mothers who give birth. Fathers are eligible for six weeks
One mom says pervasiveness of social media is "frightening" and moderating teens' usage can be tricky
New research says that early childhood exposure to tablets has become nearly universal
One-of-its-kind repository run by the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service houses more than 1.5 million confiscated items, including elephant tusks and leopard heads