Madison's Montpelier offering opportunities for amateur archaeologists to live their dream
As hatchery fish come to dominate rivers on West Coast, lawsuits target impacts on wild runs
Penn State's John Urschel puts math aside to concentrate of making it in NFL
Private supply ship departs space station after 5-week visit: 1 big trash incinerator
Earth narrowly missed a collision with an asteroid three times the size of FedEx Field. Although 2 million miles crossed between the fate of humankind and the mass of space rock, the threat from asteroids is real.
Whether the Earth orbits the sun or astrology is scientific are questions many Americans cannot answer correctly.
U.Va. board to consider new master's programs in data science and European studies
Mark Fischetti, senior editor at Scientific American, says that the jet stream - the river of air in the northern hemisphere that blows west to east and drives most of the D.C. region's weather - has been changing, and it means that extreme-weather periods will last longer.
Mammoth tusk retrieved from 30-foot pit at downtown Seattle construction site
A look at Penn State University's new president, Eric J. Barron
Special blend of milk just for girls? Animal moms customize their milk depending on baby's sex
The Department of Homeland Security is closer to developing a National License Plate Recognition Database, which is raising privacy concerns.
Ten thousand dreams were documented by researchers at the University of Montreal for a study into nightmares and bad dreams.
DOE: Crews monitors NM nuclear storage site for radiation; no signs of surface contamination
A meteor streaked across the sky and exploded with the power of an atomic bomb in Russia exactly one year ago.
Archeologists race to uncover Civil War prison before development engulfs former asylum site
Airborne radiation detected underground at NM nuclear repository; no workers contaminated
Kerry in Indonesia with climate change on his mind after sealing China agreement
Master's program uses NYC's American Museum of Natural History to train science teachers
California farmers critical of Obama's drought relief efforts