Former Clinton aide who helped create archive in 2013 misplaced devices, as Trump says ‘answers to the FBI about private email server defy belief’ A Clinton Foundation laptop and a thumb drive used to
For Republican presidential candidates, a possible Supreme Court decision overturning some Obamacare subsidies is a tricky subject. No one in the GOP field wants to be seen as supportive of the Affordable
It’s blasting away at astonishing speed—and it could help solve a cosmic mystery. 2 Minute Read This animation shows how one star in a pair could get revved up to high speed when its partner goes supernova.
The particle-wave nature of light has fascinated researchers for more than 200 years, but a new experiment has allowed researchers to visualize it like never before. This image was taken by turning an
The latest, greatest data visualizations We are awash with data, and it keeps piling up: Some analysts estimate the amount of digital information in the world now doubles every two years. The growing wave
Well, would you look at that: scientists have discovered that DNA can make it through the hellish ordeal of atmospheric re-entry after all. German and Swiss researchers dotted a rocket's grooves and screw
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A mesmerizing new time-lapse video (above) captures the fiery magnificence of what's believed to be the largest sunspot observed in the past 24 years. Dubbed AR 2192, the “freakishly huge” sunspot spanned
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Hear (and see) the Leonid meteor shower Nov. 17 through Nov. 18. In November 2014, the Leonid meteor shower will streak across the sky, peaking on the 17th and 18th. You could watch it. Or you could listen
Residents of Wonthaggi, near Melbourne, Australia, were taken off guard by the appearance of a hole punch cloud earlier this week. 1 Minute Read Residents of Wonthaggi, Australia (map) snapped pictures
Telepathy is the stuff of science fiction. But what if the dystopian futurists were on to something? What if our brains could directly interact with each other, bypassing the need for language? The idea
As a biopic on famed physicist Stephen Hawking nears release, here's a look at 7 flicks that clicked. 4 Minute Read Famed physicist Stephen Hawking is the focus of a new biopic that opens Friday in U.S.
Quantum tunnelling sounds like science fiction, and does indeed feature quite often in the genre. But it is real, and plays a role in nuclear fusion, chemical reactions and the fate of the universe. Here’s
In the future, the exotic particle could go into quantum computers. There's a particle that physicists theorize exists that acts simultaneously as both matter and antimatter. Whoa! The particle is called
Graphene's most problematic superlative is its cost. It was so simple. Take a small flake of graphite and put it on piece of regular old Scotch tape. Pinch it in between the tape, peeling off layer after