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Roads and highways often get a heavy coating of brine before a storm. It's supposed to melt the ice and keep drivers safe on the road, but the ingredients could wind up costing you. Jeff Pegues reports.
About a dozen manatees became lodged in a Florida drain pipe, putting emergency response into motion
Hackers have successfully broken into several companies, including Target and Sony. Now some corporations are fighting fire with fire, hiring hackers to try to break into their own systems. Lauren Lyster reports.
A new study finds changes in Asian weather contributed to more than a dozen outbreaks of the disease known as Black Death
A new study finds that ocean acidification due to climate change may seriously hurt the U.S. shellfish industry
Companies let hackers into their systems to find weaknesses and pay them "bug bounties" of thousands of dollars when they do
An Australian developer is bringing workout gaming to the next level
CT scans of the statue reveal the remarkably well-preserved body of a Buddhist master within
Gamers may be able to get some exercise while playing. An Australian start-up is building a handheld controller that uses motion sensors to add resistance, so users will expend more energy.
Camera traps catch sight of the critically endangered Amur leopard. A new census has found that the cat's numbers have doubled since 2007, showing that conservation efforts in Russia to keep the cat from extinction are working.
Adware pre-loaded on Lenovo laptops leaves users vulnerable to hackers
Video catches effort to free adult humpback whale that spent the better part of a week entangled in fishing lines off Hawaii, according to observers
A towering American agave plant at the University of Michigan's botanical gardens is of a species that normally lives at most 30 years
Many Lenovo laptops come with pre-installed adware that seriously threatens your Internet security
Republican Party says cyber-assaults are a "crucial challenge" the nation can't afford to ignore
Now that scientists can more clearly see the future of artificial intelligence, they can also more clearly see the risks
Two astronauts venture outside lab complex to install power, data cables needed for new crew capsule docking ports
Will robots take over the world? Maybe not this generation, but prominent leaders say ‘yes’ and that humanity is at stake. Last summer, for the first time, a computer passed the Turing Test. Anthony Mason reports.
Remarkable time-lapse film displays some of Earth's greatest views, shot over two years in Tenerife, Italy, France, Scotland, and England. Video courtesy of James Hollins and Wilderness Media. Like them on Facebook. Follow them on Instagram, Twitter and Vimeo. Equipment supplied by Kessler Crane.
A new census of the Amur leopard shows that its numbers have more than doubled since 2007, raising hopes that it will recover