A new study shows that remote keyless entry systems can be easily and inexpensively be hacked using key-cloning.
Last week, the Sanders family spent nearly $600,000 on their third home, a new lakefront vacation house in Vermont.
A Butler County judge in Ohio ruled in February that traffic cameras that give tickets violate the Ohio and United States constitutional rights of drivers because they eliminate the possibility of due process, a requirement of the Fifth Amendment.
The unusually large mass of images published Tuesday could help NASA find the best landing sites for InSight spacecraft, scheduled to launch May 2018.
Researchers on the Exploration Vessel Nautilus found a natural whale fall off the coast of Southern California last Wednesday during a live broadcast.
After a thorough search, scientists at a particle detector in the South Pole are almost certain the sterile neutrino does not exist.
Humpback whales have been found to protect other species from killer whales, even when fresh krill is nearby.
Former director of corporate partnership, Caroline Love, wrote to employees that the purpose of secretly buying mayonnaise was to 'spread the word to customers that Just Mayo is their new preferred brand.'
Japan’s Emperor Akihito will deliver a rare recorded video message Monday amid reports that he intends to abdicate the throne.
Reported incidents that included verbal abuse and graffiti rose by 11 percent.
Uzbekistan’s Oksana Chusovitina could make history in Rio as the oldest Olympic female gymnast to compete.
The volcanic moon's atmosphere temporarily freezes and collapses as it passes through Jupiter’s shadow, a finding that ends a long-running debate.
The Florida-based company is the first to get government permission to fly beyond Earth’s orbit.
A study published Monday shows spiny damselfish can adapt to the increased acidification of warming oceans by changing their circadian rhythms.
Disney World recently secured a patent for foot-tracking technology from the US Patent and Trademark Office that could customize user experiences and gather user data.
On Friday, protesters threw locusts, crickets, and cockroaches into two Byron burger restaurants in London in protest against immigration raids.
After flash floods that left two dead, Ellicott City residents are rallying together to rebuild their city.
Despite landing in an airfield that is not normally used as a point of exit under the Open Skies Treaty, the countries handled the bomber’s emergency landing well, according to the Pentagon.
As the white dwarf of the AR Scorpii spins, it beams particles close to the speed of light to its companion star, causing the system to pulse with light.
South Korean police found nearly 200 lapel pins with the image of Kim Jong Il, late North Korean dictator, strewn near the country’s main international airport on Thursday.
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