Iran sanctions are leading to the possible banning of Coca Cola as Iranian President Ahmadinejad has decided that a ban on American and Western products is a fitting retaliation.
US institutions of higher learning are adapting aspects of "Tuning," a European program to give college degrees more job market relevance.
Ardi, the 4.4 million-year-old skeleton whose discovery last year upended models of human evolution, has prompted a debate about where she lived, and whether she is indeed an ancestor of modern humans.
New nuclear power plants can be built faster thanks to new simulation tools on the iPhone and iPad.
The search for life on Saturn's moon Titan shows that organisms appear to thrive on far less water than conventional wisdom holds is needed to keep microbes active and alive.
More new immigrants are settling in mid-size metropolitan areas like Detroit and Minneapolis, according to a study released Monday.
Utah missed the big property run-ups in California and elsewhere, but it's No. 5 in foreclosures, according to a new RealtyTrac study.
The report puts the number of car crashes caused by cell phone use and texting at 1.6 million – one million more than previously thought. A new advocacy group against 'distracted driving' is patterned after Mothers Against Drunk Driving.
New research shows nanoparticles could replace gold, platinum, and other expensive metals in important devices, shaving off 90 percent of some costs.