North Korea has tested its fifth nuclear weapon — one more powerful than any device it has tested previously. What does this mean for the world? To find out, I got in touch with Jeffrey Lewis, director
Tremors that emanated Friday from North Korea's northeastern nuclear test site alerted the world to another crucial step that the isolated nation had made in its defiant, decade-long march to develop missiles
Approach Buzz Aldrin with your lunar landing doubts and he might just punch you in the face. On September 9, 2002, Bart Sibrel earned a punch in the face from Buzz Aldrin. Sibrel had tricked the Aldrin
On Aug. 15, the news broke that a Russian radio telescope detected strong signals from outer space. The signals allegedly originated from a star 95 light-years from Earth. Just to clarify, this means the
Wondering why a bread bowl full of pasta with fries on the side sounds like it would really hit the spot right now? It could be a heretofore unknown sixth taste that a group of scientists claims to have
New research contradicts the longstanding belief that diversity drops as elevation gains. The questions from the village council on one of the forested mountains of Luzon went like this: What are you to
What if doctors could call up a computerized map that would show them how a case of cancer is likely to progress? Tumor cells can mutate in unexpected ways. And cancers can suddenly grow. For doctors,
A strand of hair at a crime scene, or clinging to human remains unearthed by archaeologists, could hold new promise as a means to identify its unique owner and unravel mysteries sealed by the passage time.