Earlier administrations "had a bunch of plates in there," he tells Vanity Fair. "I'm not a dish guy.
Astronaut Frank Culbertson watched from the Space Station as the attacks unfolded on the ground.
Women: Have you been struggling to use a computer? And forget about the Internet -- too hard. Good news: a series of books will help, you just need to speak French.
The little rover is on the go, and NASA's Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter was there to document it.
Artist John Clang's series Being Together seeks to document our relationships even with people thousands of miles away.
Chinese demand for ivory is driving conflict in the Democratic Republic of Congo.
A look at what Voyager has seen in its years in space.
An outburst on the sun on Friday caused some beautiful sights here on Earth last night.
Researchers exploit a crack in Yelp's data to answer the question of just how much Yelp reviews affect consumer behavior.
NASA's Cassini mission captures the planet's rings and the shadows they cast as the seasons change.
And what about tweaking them a bit in the process to, say, make them less of a threat to humans?
A new study observes 2.5 million active supermassive black holes, two-thirds of which had not been seen before.
Weather data as art
With new hearing aids, Austin Chapman is listening to music for the first time in his life, and it sounds glorious.
The powerful storm in the moonlight, before it hit New Orleans.
The iconic images from the Apollo 11 lunar landing are all of Buzz Aldrin or his footprint.
"Even though we were farther away from earth than two humans had ever been, we were not alone."
Neil Armstrong, the first man to set foot on the moon, has passed away at the age of 82.
Author Ray Bradbury's poem is an example of the contributions writers, artists, and musicians make to our scientific pursuits.