The state of Nevada has given the robotic vehicle its own driver's license.
They don't call him "Money" for nothing.
Though the candidate wants to focus on real issues, and not whether Barack Obama ate dog, an adviser can't resist getting into the fray.
A crowd-sourced visual guide to this morning's space-shuttle flyover
Trying to increase its transparency, the network expands its "Download Your Data" feature.
With its redesign, the network is looking more like a rabbit hole -- in the Lewis Carroll sense.
The Pentagon is looking for bots that work and think like people.
The social network got 104 million hits in March alone.
Children should be outside enjoying moderate to vigorous activity for about an hour every day, according to researcher Dr. Pooja Tandon.
A recently passed anti-bullying bill in Arizona is so broad it could make much of what happens online illegal.
One out of every 30 babies born in the United States in 2009 was a twin, compared to just one in every 53 babies born back in 1980.
An office dedicated to streamlining the work of government is caught throwing a lavish Las Vegas party.
A study of 9,000 fast-food eaters found that those who ate the junk regularly were 51 percent more likely to develop depression.
Some encouraging news for nerds: IQ matters much more than socioeconomic background when it comes to predicting future success.
Will the wisdom trickle down south?
One out of every 88 children born today has autism, according to the CDC. That's about a 25 percent increase since the last CDC estimate.
Yet another study has found what we already know, but choose to ignore: Sitting at work all day, every day, is terrible for your health.
The country's first $500 million jackpot might not be far away.
A just-released study of almost 1,000 people found that those who ate chocolate a few times a week were slimmer than those who ate it less.
Seeing others in pain reminds us of how good we have it, according to research. People use tragedies to reflect on important relationships.