Scientists recently suggested that the Earth’s sixth mass extinction has begun. As terrifying as that sounds, surely humans are too smart and too important to get wiped out? Paleontologists have long to
You're a regular in the gym's weight room, grunting and sweating in hopes of turning fat into muscle and maybe even losing some weight. And yet your goal eludes you. New research on women finds that some
Discovery pushes back the origin of our genus, Homo, by half a million years. In a rare congruence of new evidence, two fossil jaws cast a fused beam of light on one of the darkest mysteries in human the
Research supports theory that drought and climate conditions reduced Mayans from a regional power to survivors abandoning cities to virtual extinction A massive underwater sinkhole surrounded by reefs,
You might want to call her up instead of consulting your best friend on this one Apart from the awkward chit-chat we make while our feet are in the stirrups, a lot of us don't have a very open dialogue
In their latest gushing profile of Mark Zuckerberg this week, Time examined Facebook's international strategy to bring the developing world online and link them into Facebook's digital empire. Turns out,
The increased involvement of police at schools has led to an increase in schoolchildren arrests, phenomena that make for shocking headlines (8-year-old arrested in school bomb threat) and have led to new,
Celebrities are leading the way in eschewing smartphones for flip phones, but what’s the draw with clamshell models? It’s 2014, but flipping hell, clamshell phones appear to be making a comeback. Anna
This is the Nokia N1 Nokia is back in the devices business just under seven months after selling its devices and services unit to Microsoft for $7.2 billion. Nokia is unveiling its N1 Android tablet today,
A star passed by the black hole close enough that some of its mass fell into the black hole's gravitational grip, but far enough that the star managed to get away still intact with minor damage. A team
Changing Planet The solar eclipse may steal the week’s heavenly headlines, but a monster sunspot—the likes of which hasn’t been seen for years—has turned toward Earth and may spew some serious solar storms.
You've never seen cells up-close quite like this. Developed at Howard Hughes Medical Institute, a powerful new microscope can record the activity of living cells, molecules, and embryos in 3D and in real-time.
Changing our clocks twice a year doesn't really save energy, for starters. It's that time again: Across most of the United States, daylight savings time (DST) will end at 2 a.m. on Sunday, November 2,
Every Monday we tap an industry expert for tips that only insiders know. This week Brooke Siler, Pilates pioneer and author of 'The New York Times' best-seller 'The Pilates Body: The Ultimate At-Home to