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Two new studies shed light on a mysterious phenomena -- and could provide important insights for volcanic monitoring
Pinpointing actual Viking remains or other clues of Viking settlements has always been difficult, making these new sites intriguing to archaeologists
America's first VR roller coasters start rolling out this season
Six Flags amusement parks are bringing even more thrills to roller coaster rides with VR headsets that take you into another world
31-year-old CEO of $1.5B company says U.S government needs a new blueprint for dealing with technology companies
Box went public last year and is now valued at $1.5 billion
The 28-nation EU also has other investigations against Google, with the biggest centering on its search services
The island of Samso is making big progress against global warming
Known for his legal thrillers, the best-selling author believes "The Turf" could advance new technology that could potentially revolutionize the way we fight diseases
American Lung Associations' annual report card ranks them as leaders in two types of air pollution
FBI official says there is no "one-size-fits-all" answer for recovering encrypted phone communications as legal battle with Apple continues
"When you carry an iPhone, it is a bulky device. But if you functionalize your own skin, you don't need to carry anything"
The Earth is closing on in a year-long run of record-breaking temperatures
Psilocybin is an illegal drug, but researchers are taking a closer look at it as a potential treatment for psychiatric disorders
A Norwegian research team has created an autonomous snake-like robot that lives underwater
There's evidence that a huge earthquake can trigger others around the world; did that happen with this weekend's back-to-back catastrophes?
Were dinosaurs going extinct long before a giant asteroid finished them off?
New data show incidents of the crime have increased by more than 500 percent in one year
ATM skimming is on the rise nationwide, but taking some precautions can help you protect your bank account
Campbell was a former Ivy League football coach who became a management guru for Apple co-founder Steve Jobs and others in Silicon Valley