Romantic partners who spend a lot of time together tend to talk alike, unless the woman happens to be ovulating, according to a study.
The $25 billion mortgage settlement between the government and the banks over possible fraudulent mortgage practices is finally out today. It's small.
The mastermind behind the $3 cough syrup craze is a 58-year-old Indian-born monk who takes a shot of the chalky drink every morning, according to a profile in the latest Forbes.
Best discovery ever: Doctors have sanctioned eating dessert first thing in the morning to help dieters lose more weight over the long term.
Cancer rates have tripled among NYPD officers who responded at Ground Zero during the attacks of September 11. Fifty-six have died.
If humans know nothing about what makes two people click, why would an algorithm know better? It doesn't, according to new research.
A woman in Belgium became the world's first human being to receive a jaw made with 3D-printing technology.
In a recent study, microbes in the stomachs of heftier mice traveled to thinner mice kept in the same cages, making them fat and unhealthy.
Women need their men to be good in bed, men are misunderstood, and gays are more likely to believe in love at first sight, says Match.com.
First, online backlash brought down anti-piracy legislation. Now it has moved the Komen Foundation to restore its Planned Parenthood funding.
Tickets to Grant Achatz and Nick Kokonas's El Bulli-themed menu at Next are going to be one of the hottest commodities in food this year.
Despite angry words and hurt feelings on both sides of this argument, this week's controversy will see them come out ahead in fundraising.
A research team at the University of Waterloo thought that Facebook would help people cope with low self-esteem. They were wrong.
A new congressional report found that 90 percent of the 300 salons contacted nationwide said indoor tanning did not pose any risks.
The tweets are by Malcolm Harris, a 23-year-old writer and editor, who was arrested last fall during the Occupy protests.
Who looks at an massive airline merger and sees two planes humping? These guys.
People visiting Komen last night were directed to an artificial hack that responded to the ongoing Planned Parenthood controversy.
Testosterone makes humans less cooperative and more egotistical, according to a new study. And that's true for both men and women.
The pills themselves, made with the incorrect dosage of active and inactive tablets, are not dangerous, but could lead to pregnancies.
If humans are anything like the Australian cricket then making sperm has serious physical costs for men, according to researchers.