Surgeon: Pneumonia likely cause of 'Stonewall' Jackson's friendly fire death during Civil War
USGS scientists, engineers say new satellite transmitting highly detailed photos of Earth
Ask any beekeeper and they will tell you something is killing their bees.
Brain food isn't just about powering through a test or a grueling day at work. Doctors say certain healthy foods can also help ward off Alzheimer's disease.
Suburban NY group buys Nikola Tesla property after successful crowd funding effort
Oil and gas drillers make technological leaps, while renewable energy industry struggles
ACT turns to iPads, computers to give college admission exams
FDA wrapping up safety review of chemical in antibacterial soap after 40 years of delays
Smuggled dinosaur skeleton is returned to Mongolian government in NY ceremony
Experimental Air Force aircraft reaches hypersonic speeds during test flight off California
The loud hissing of the Brood II cicada will soon be heard along the East Coast, from New York to Georgia. The sound is the mating call of the species.
David Morris Kern, creator of toothache medicine 'Orajel,' dies at 103
Jasmyn Logan and Nia'mani Robinson, two freshmen from Central High School in Capitol Heights, Md., are finalists in this Saturday's Team America Rocketry Challenge (TARC) - the largest student rocket competition in the world.
More than half of Montgomery students fail geometry, algebra 2 final exams, prompting review
Israeli warplanes renew strikes on Syria; official says target is Hezbollah-bound missiles
No flight restrictions following low-level eruption at Alaska's Cleveland Volcano
Feds blame combination of parasite, virus, bacteria, pesticides for strange bee disappearance
A visual glance at key energy terms and technologies
Cut out the jargon: Alan Alda center at NY college teaches scientists to keep it simple