Memory erasing is just the beginning. As the New Horizons spacecraft made its historic flight to Pluto and some scientists explored the far reaches of our solar system, others were making some incredible
As the moon orbits Earth, it keeps the same face oriented toward our planet—almost. From our view, this slight variance—known as libration—looks like a wobble that slowly changes our view of the Moon.
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• Company must fly below 400ft in ‘visual meterological conditions’ • Amazon will need to obtain new certification if it modifies drone design Amazon.com Inc has won US federal regulators’ approval to
Former Navy SEAL Robert O'Neill said in an interview with The Washington Post that he was the one who fired the final shot to kill Osama bin Laden in 2011. The 38-year-old Montanan also said that other
Investigations Two different alumni of SEAL Team Six, the secretive group of highly trained warriors that killed Osama bin Laden three years ago, have been profiting off their role in the terror leader’s
Opinions expressed by Entrepreneur contributors are their own. Music has a way of expressing that which cannot be put into words. It is for this reason (and many more) that music is regarded as one of
A single word, "Jewish," shows the delicacy of trying to forge a peace deal between Israel and the Palestinians. Two weeks ago, President Barack Obama welcomed Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu
World The leaders of the Group of Eight world powers have suspended Russia's participation in the club amid tensions over Ukraine and Russia's incursion into Crimea. The other seven members of the group
World Former Soviet President Mikhail Gorbachev hailed Crimea’s vote to join Russia as a “happy event” on Tuesday. In remarks carried by online newspaper Slon.ru, the last leader of the U.S.S.R. said vote
MOSCOW — President Vladimir Putin signed a treaty to make Crimea part of Russia, ignoring threats from the United States and Europe that he said were conspiring with radicals to prevent Russia from its
There's no way for us to know exactly what happened some 13.8 billion years ago, when our universe burst onto the scene. But scientists announced Monday a breakthrough in understanding how our world as
It sprang from the brain of one man, Tim Berners-Lee, and is the fastest-growing communication medium of all time. A quarter-century on, we examine how the web has transformed our lives The thing that
People with kids have unique challenges. For example, leaving the house. It's so hard to get out the door with small children that, as a parent, you may have forgotten how easy it once was. Comedian Michael
Moore's Law, named after Intel co-founder Gordon Moore, predicts that the number of transistors that can be cost-effectively packed into a chip will double every two years. The more transistors on a chip,
BlackBerry’s newest all touchscreen flagship was announced at a strange time, amid talks of the company courting talk of acquisitions. Nonetheless, it comes out of the gate swinging with the BlackBerry’s
Just because you have kids doesn’t mean you have to stop travelling altogether. In fact, bringing the kids along for your next Latin American adventure can be an enriching experience for everybody involved.
Samsung is widely expected to reveal a smartwatch coined Galaxy Gear in the coming months, possibly as soon as Germany's IFA trade show in early September. A Bloomberg report last week ambiguously identified
Top secret documents and an internal audit leaked from ex-NSA contractor Edward Snowden show unauthorized surveillance of Americans or foreigners inside the United States. Both are restricted practices.
Science News A newly declassified CIA history from 20 years ago spills the story about Nevada's Area 51 and its secret mission — which was not to study UFOs, but to test the U-2 and other spy planes. CIA's