UCLA researchers are developing a computer program to solve crimes, raising the possibility of doing so before the crime occurs
The European debt crisis could be back at the brink by the end of this week.
Sitting in traffic has been shown to raise heart attack risk, and the filthiest things you can touch on a commute to work are gas station pumps
One code-savvy, soon-to-be-former Google Reader user would rather create a new site for the RSS-feeds than switch to Google+
The candidate responded to Politico's Sunday-evening story in an interview with Fox News on Monday
The Food and Drug Administration has a warning for Halloween: Eating too much black licorice can lead to irregular heart rhythm
Politico reported late Sunday night that two female employees left their jobs at the National Restaurant Association in the 1990s
Netflix may be losing customers and stock value, but it's still taking up a huge portion of the country's bandwidth
St. Louis's 11th-inning victory over Texas was long and sloppy—and probably legendary
Verbal mimicry can link up couples. For comparison's sake, the Times' Well blog ran transcripts of a duo whose pronouns matches.
Recent products such as iPads, iPhones, and iPods get a lot of love
U.K. scientists introduce broccoli enhanced with nutrients while researchers in Washington debate the health benefits of yogurt
A new site allows people within a certain geographical area to set up private social networking sites
In 2006, Georgia filed a lien against the former Godfather's Pizza CEO for missed payments
The demise of Google Reader's share features is affecting a lot of people, from regular RSS-junkies to Iranian freedom fighters
On their way in to the office, gas pump handles -- not buttons or railings -- are the dirtiest thing that most Americans come into contact with
Yet again, the president has dared GOP lawmakers to oppose ideas they once backed. Will they keep criticizing him anyway?
Like the boxy mp3-players everybody once hated, the digital thermostat has long had great redesign potential
Buying versions of Lipitor, Plavix, and a slew of other big-name drugs will get much cheaper as their patents expire and they go generic
The Texas governor's flat-tax proposal has won him a prominent backer