NASA launched a solar observatory into orbit Thursday. The mission is expected to help better forecast solar storms, which can disrupt communications on Earth.
A new study, the Human Security Report, argues that politics and fund-raising priorities often lead to overestimates of war deaths, touching off a controversy among the researchers who work on the issue.
Air Force officers leave as Air Force One prepares to take-off during a rainstorm at Andrews Air Force Base, Md., on Jan. 17 as President Barack Obama travels to Massachusetts to campaign for Senate Democratic candidate and Massachusetts Attorney General Martha Coakley.
In the Pacific, jumbo squid have moved to new waters, signaling changes in the ocean, scientists observe.
New tools help givers, and those in need, find answers.
The gold price is hitting record highs almost every day, reaching $1,174 an ounce Tuesday morning. A gold chain that cost $300 five years ago could go for $900 on Black Friday.
California has become the first state to mandate energy-efficiency standards for TV sets. These new regulations will affect all residents.
The service from uSocial is mostly meant for businesses, celebrities and other individuals looking to expand on the social network, and Facebook isn’t happy about it.