The FBI announced Wednesday it would not share the vulnerability that allowed hired hackers to unlock the iPhone of San Bernardino shooter Syed Rizwan Farouk last month.
New Boeing spaceflight simulators are allowing NASA astronauts to run through every aspect of trips to the International Space Station ahead of planned 2017 launches.
A well-preserved skull and several vertebrae of a newly discovered sauropod could provide scientist with more information on the creature's life and relation to other dinosaurs of its time.
A recent thought-powered drone race could signal a first step in brain-controlled technology becoming more usable and widespread in everyday life.
A recent cross-mapping study based in network theory revealed ongoing migration patterns among dinosaur families even after the continental breakup of Pangaea, and that many dinosaurs appeared to flee Europe during that period.
A new report shows that 10 percent of the parents in eight US states are in prison, leaving millions of American children without fathers or mothers. How can families cope?
New York environmental regulators on Friday denied a permit needed for the 124-mile Constitution Pipeline project to move forward.
Following its switch to a new system, the Alaska SeaLife Center is almost fully heated by seawater and carbon dioxide loop technology instead of fossil fuels.
Remote cameras in the Chernobyl Exclusion Zone found evidence of wildlife populations that appear to be unaffected by the nuclear contamination.
Pairing high-definition cameras with microwave-based earthquake early warning networks can help firefighters pinpoint blazes without wasting resources or risking personnel.
Five former New Orleans police officers agreed to plea deals relating to the fatal shooting of two unarmed civilians fleeing the city after hurricane Katrina.
One Flint, Mich., official and two state regulators will be charged in a probe into the ongoing water contamination emergency in Flint that began in 2014.
The removal of an Arabic-speaking passenger from a Southwest Airlines flight earlier this month is the latest example this year of potential discrimination on US airplanes.
A former Providence, R.I., firefighter who says she was harassed and discriminated against for being a lesbian was awarded more than $800,000 in US District Court Monday.
The ex-police officer who says he accidentally fired a shot that resulted in the death of an unarmed black man avoided prison time after judge reduces a jury's manslaughter conviction.
A special United Nations session on global drug policy, the first since 1998, is set to review the international drug war while addressing shifts toward more lenient narcotics laws in several of its member states.
Despite efforts of review and reform, a new report from the Government Accountability Office shows weeks-long wait times and scheduling challenges.
The tech giant prevailed in a Supreme Court challenge to its Google Books project, but European Union regulators are preparing to charge Google with antitrust violations, which could lead to a fine of up to $6 billion.
A new gene-editing method resulted in the development of browning-resistant mushrooms without the introduction of outside DNA, a process that will allow the fungi to avoid federal GMO regulations.
Despite Japan's extensive early warning systems, damage from Thursday night's 6.2 magnitude earthquake appears to be extensive near its point of origin in southern Japan.
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