Most parents would be concerned if their children had significant exposure to lead, chloroform, gasoline fumes, or the pesticide DDT. The International Agency for Research on Cancer (IRIC), part of the
(CNN) — Forget horoscopes or fortune tellers. There's a new way to tell your future, and it involves a much more reliable medium: human neuroscience. A new study looks at over 70 scientific publications
Rights groups fear expanded surveillance as French prime minister calls for 'exceptional' responses to terrorist attack Paris is still very much on edge after last week’s attacks on the offices of satirical
American manufacturing has come a long way in automating factories with robots and Computers. Over the last 40 years palletizer systems and industrial robots have replaced humans in lots of back breaking
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How one Army officer raised the nation’s consciousness about head injuries. Soon after Peter Chiarelli became vice chief of staff of the Army in 2008, a subordinate showed him a bar graph depicting the
A federal judge rejected a lawsuit by Maricopa County Sheriff Joe Arpaio seeking to overturn President Obama's executive action to spare up to 5 million immigrants without documentation from being deported.
A little present from Big Brother If you want to release something no one will pay attention to, what time's better than Christmas Eve? At least, that appeared to be the National Security Agency's thinking.
Your brain is complicated. Understanding how it works can help you make better decisions. What role do our emotions play in decision-making? Some might say it’s a fairly contentious one. Acting on emotions
The photo-based social network helps users sell their work, too. On the surface, photo sharing app EyeEm looks a lot like Instagram — you can add filters to your photos, follow your friends and “Like”
Former Vice President Dick Cheney called a Senate panel's report on U.S. interrogation tactics during George W. Bush's administration is "deeply flawed" and a "terrible piece of work." "The report's full
Texas Sen. Ted Cruz warned on Wednesday that the release of the Senate Intelligence Committee's report on the use of torture is causing the United States' allies to "rethink" their cooperation with the
The Gipper is back on Capitol Hill, and this time, he's hanging with the Democrats. Two House Democrats have stood proudly this week in front of a cardboard cut-out of the late Republican President Ronald