The Monitor's book critics give thumbs up to these 10 new July titles.
On NASA's famed Apollo 11 mission to the moon, astronaut Buzz Aldrin said he spotted a light traveling alongside his spacecraft. In a very narrow sense of the term, the light qualified as a UFO.
Using the island of Kauai as a stand-in for Mars, NASA officials plan to test a parachute designed to land a heavy load on the Red Planet.
Here's our list of female mathematicians through history who broke down barriers in their own lives to learn and live as experts in their field.
Thinkers from Aristotle onward have pondered how many universal, psychologically irreducible emotions humans can express. Now, by analyzing the face, scientists might be closing in on an answer.
'The Galápagos Affair' is directed by Dan Geller and Dayna Goldfine.
Images from NASA's Mercury-orbiting MESSENGER spacecraft suggest that the planet has contracted by as much as 8.6 miles in diameter over the past 4 billion years.
His comments pertained to the job market, Obama explained in an apology letter to a professor of art history. Here's how he got in hot water with some art history majors.
Guide to some of the sights and characters of the Sochi opening ceremony.
ABC has ordered a pilot for an adaptation of Lily Koppel's book 'The Astronaut Wives Club.'