Scientists with the Messenger mission to Mercury unveiled their findings Thursday, which are answering some decades-old mysteries – but also creating new ones.
In today's highly sexualized environment – where 5-year-olds wear padded bras – some see the toddlers-and-tiaras Disney princess craze leading to the pre-teen pursuit of "hot" looks. Do little girls become little women too soon?
Gifted students in US public schools can be overlooked and unappreciated. Parents, looking for better options, have begun to find some.
Even affluent black and Hispanic households making more than $75,000 a year live in neighborhoods with higher poverty rates than white households earning less than $40,000, a new analysis shows
Emma Watson, who left Brown University to pursue her career, announced she will be returning to the Ivy League next year.
Health-care costs for seniors have been largely picked up by government. But their health-care costs could rise under various Medicare reform plans.
Vesta, the second-largest object in the asteroid belt, may have a thin skin of water molecules like parts of the moon. Dawn, an orbiting spacecraft, arrives today to begin orbiting and observing.
The release of radon gases three days prior to the May 11 Japan earthquake triggered changes in the atmosphere over Japan. It's early but this may be a warning signal to predict future quakes, says not-yet-published research by California scientists.
A father reads out loud to his daughter – 3,218 nights in a row.