Rocket streaks through night sky in East as NASA puts smartphone, other satellites into orbit
Just 10 percent of electric car charging stations Calif. promised in legal deal are ready
NOAA: Zooplankton decline reported in North Atlantic; ocean temperatures remain warm
British biochemist Frederick Sanger, 2-time winner of Nobel Prize in chemistry, dies at 95
Board of Ed gives early OK to drop algebra II as requirement for Texas high school students
Mars ahoy: NASA launches robotic explorer to study Martian atmosphere and climate change
Puerto Rico's popular glowing lagoon goes nearly dark; scientists trying to figure out why
Beagle's nose predicts few US polar bear cubs this year, no pregnancy at Cincinnati Zoo
For as little as $35, movie fans can cut the cord - or even cable - to wired streaming-video devices, letting people quickly, conveniently, and cheaply watch programs on their home TV sets.
Animal welfare organization accuses Ga. college of mistreating dogs in dental implant testing
Ban Ki-moon says current climate pledges are insufficient to fight global warming
While the tongue might sing a happy tune when it gets a taste of coke, new research shows the brain may pay the ultimate price.
In the past, an iPhone that had been exposed to water was ineligible for trade-in at the Apple Store. Starting this week, phones with minor exposure to water can be traded-in.
Puerto Rico's bioluminescent lagoon goes nearly dark; scientists investigating
Strong undersea earthquake shakes eastern Indonesia
Shell collection delays and confusion over tax incentives have recently caused setbacks in the region's oyster shell recycling campaign.
Fuel removal marks start of decades-long challenge of decommissioning Japan nuclear plant
It looks like a tiny toy helicopter, but the U.S. Army is working on a pocket-sized drone that can transmit video and photos in dangerous situations.
A glance at coal and its role in climate change