NSA leaker wants to stay temporarily in Russia until he can travel to Latin America. MOSCOW — Edward Snowden said Friday that he has no regrets over leaking details about U.S. electronic spying networks
(Wikimedia/Eliot.P) A small group of extremely wealthy people are systematically destroying the US government July 12, 2013 6:34pm (UTC) Permit me an impertinent question (or three). Suppose a small group
A new lab technique helps scientists study cells inside entire organs or embryos. This new technique for making cool-looking clear organs sometimes sounds more like a fancy recipe than a lab procedure.
New observations of a fairly well-studied star have revealed a system with at least six planets, three of which are in the star's habitable zone. This is the first time that three such planets have been
Being jolted awake every morning by an alarm clock is plenty annoying, but at least that alarm doesn’t actually live in your body. The Hawaiian bobtail squid (Euprymna scolopes) has an internal alarm that’s
WASHINGTON (AP) -- In noisy, energetic New York City, the pilots of a spindly plane that looks more toy than jet hope to grab attention in a surprising way: By being silent and consuming little energy.
These days, drones are all the rage. Now, you can make your own with this handy Drone It Yourself kit from designer Jasper van Loenen. Droneifying (it's a word now) your belongings is a relatively straightforward
Conservative Costa Rican politicians have accidentally approved language making same-sex unions legal when they passed a piece of legislation this week. President Laura Chinchilla late on Thursday signed
Asteroids may not be as stable as scientists thought. A recent experiment shows that the force from a landing spacecraft might easily cause an avalanche or something resembling an extraterrestrial mudslide,
A vulnerability that could affect 99 percent of the world’s Android-powered phones and tablets has been unearthed within the Google-owned platform. Since more than 900 million Android devices have been
But the vast majority of uninsured Americans — the very people the Affordable Care Act is meant to help — still have no idea whether they'll need to enroll or not. According to a recent survey, nearly