Scientists emerged on Sunday from the 1,000-square-foot dome on Hawaii's Mauna Loa to a throng of reporters. The six scientists — Carmel Johnston, Christiane Heinicke, Sheyna E. Gifford, Andrzej Steward,
BEIJING (Reuters) - The United States is pleased to see progress has been made with China on information sharing about cyber threats, a senior U.S. official said on Tuesday during the latest round of security
According to the National Turkey Federation, 88 percent of Americans will eat turkey on Thanksgiving. That statistic is even more remarkable when you factor in our foreign-born population and vegetarians.
Stereolab's Tim Gane Announces Cavern of Anti-Matter Album Featuring Bradford Cox, Shares "Melody in High Feedback Tones"
Stereolab's Tim Gane has a Berlin-based trio called Cavern of Anti-Matter, composed of Gane, Joe Dilworth (Th’ Faith Healers/Stereolab), and Holger Zapf. They've announced their proper debut album, which
There's a telescope in Antarctica that takes science to the extreme. Housed at the IceCube Neutrino Observatory, this telescope sniffs out the strangest particles in the universe, called neutrinos. Neutrinos
Swansea taxi driver and photographer Mike Harvey shot his customers in exchange for a free ride. His results captured the big nights out and the bloody aftermath ... plus a curious pair of identical twins
There really is a secret world of hidden independent nations, with their own populations, governments – and football leagues. In fact, you’ve almost certainly visited one without realising. When I first
Scientists say a swarm of objects around a star look like 'something you would expect an alien civilisation to build' A star with unusual behaviour spotted by the Kepler Telescope could be explained by
Ronald Jones II has heard the comparisons. The speedy USC freshman humbly dismisses talk about how he reminds some people, including former Trojans quarterback Matt Leinart, of a young Reggie Bush. "I
If you need to jump a car across a chasm, Jack Gill can tell you how. If you have to drive a motorcycle through a wall of flame or fall from a 12-story window, he's your guy. Over the course of his 40-year
And you know what? We loved it. We'll almost definitely go back. The reason? Disneyland feels like one of the few affordable splurges left in America. Despite the crowds and wait times, we never felt off