Researchers show that with a nine percent chance of a massive earthquake hitting Hawaii's Aleutian Islands, a mega-tsunami may threaten the state.
Scientists at a secret Harvard University Medical School meeting on Tuesday thrashed out the possible creation of a synthetic human genome.
A woman in the Boca Raton beach got bitten by a shark that just refused to let go even after it died.
Disney Research has created a telepresence robot that can accurately mimic human movements through control of humans nearby.
Mental health advocates split hairs over a drug bill passed by Kansas lawmakers that requires doctors to use cheaper drugs before more expensive ones on Medicaid recipients.
The common artificial sweetener xylitol that is present in sugar-free products may be fatal when consumed by dogs, caution experts.
Robert De Niro at the GLAAD Media Awards jeered that Donald Trump, who he referred to as that "odd guy with little hands" considered himself to be discriminated against.
A Mexican researcher is exploring the possibility of commercializing solar-powered, glow-in-the-dark cement that can absorb the sun's energy and return it to the air as light in the dark.
A new study suggests that gluten-free diets may actually be harmful to children.
Actors James McAvoy and Anne-Marie Duff, parents of a five-year-old son, are calling off their nine-year marriage.
Researchers say that in order to help them navigate their surroundings, dung beetles take celestial "snapshots" of the Milky Way and get guided through them.
Scientists have found a 12-million-year-old dog fossil in Maryland. The fossil seems to point to a new kind of canine species called "bone crushers."
A team of scientists has discovered mammoth bones and ancient tools that indicate that the earliest humans in the southeastern U.S. existed more than 14,000 years ago, over 1,500 years earlier than believed.
Donald Trump seems to be muddled and confused in his attitude and approach to women, according to a new report by The New York Times.
A team of researchers has made a small, ingestible robot that can be swallowed. It can open up inside the body and then patch internal wounds, remove batteries or deliver medicine.
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