Earthlings, you are so funny sometimes.
Just another day at UPS: Photocopy the ol' resume, ship back shoes to Zappos, print a car part.
143,199 tweets per second baby yeah!
A survey finds substantial shifts in user behavior and attitudes in recent weeks.
A conversation with Mignon Clyburn, acting chairwoman of the Federal Communications Commission
Warming climates mean earlier flowers, which in turn mean riper, sweeter, and softer fruits come harvest time.
Curiosity watched as one moon eclipsed the other.
A scholar argues that the core issue is protecting consumers from corporations that are developing ever more sophisticated techniques for getting people to part with their money.
We think of "engine" as a mechanical device, but the word has roots that go way further back, and illuminate some of its newer meanings.
After three months without its warmth and light, the humans living in Antarctica finally saw our star peek out over the horizon.
It hasn't been easy and it hasn't been quick, but for the friends and families of those behind bars, "change has finally come," says the FCC's acting chairwoman.
The great scientist certainly regretted introducing the "cosmological constant" into his equations, but calling it his "biggest blunder"? Not so much, it seems.
A library puts one of its tiniest items under a microscope and finds the first chapter of Genesis
The pace of global warming is going to make it difficult if not impossible for species to find appropriate habitats.
A book published during the presidency of Chester A. Arthur has a greater chance of being in print today than one published during the time of Reagan.
The story of how a poster celebrating the end of the Defense of Marriage Act made its way into history
Early evidence suggests that IRIS is going to be a feast for those who love pretty pictures of space.
Guess what? Not everyone wants an iPad.
Why the American Historical Association is encouraging graduate programs "adopt a policy that allows the embargoing of completed PhD dissertations"