• The shocking link between depression and heart failure The shocking link between depression and heart failure
  • NASA is calling this weird star 'Nasty 1,' and it's doing some weird things NASA is calling this weird star 'Nasty 1,' and it's doing some weird things
  • Alarming study: 1 in 3 Americans have potentially deadly syndrome, and many don't know it Alarming study: 1 in 3 Americans have potentially deadly syndrome, and many don't know it
  • Berkeley scientists furious as MIT patents superhuman gene-editing tool for CRISPR DNA Berkeley scientists furious as MIT patents superhuman gene-editing tool for CRISPR DNA
The shocking link between depression and heart failure

The shocking link between depression and heart failure

Dan Taylor - May 26, 2015

People who are depressed have a far greater risk of suddenly dying within a year. Read more.

NASA is calling this weird star 'Nasty 1,' and it's doing some weird things

NASA is calling this weird star 'Nasty 1,' and it's doing some weird things

Dan Taylor - May 25, 2015

This Wolf-Rayet star has been found deep in our galaxy, and it's behaving in a way scientists didn't expect. Read more.

Alarming study: 1 in 3 Americans have potentially deadly syndrome, and many don't know it

Alarming study: 1 in 3 Americans have potentially deadly syndrome, and many don't know it

Dan Taylor - May 21, 2015

It's called metabolic syndrome, and it can lead to sudden death via stroke or other serious complications -- and you might not even be aware that you have it. Read more.

Berkeley scientists furious as MIT patents superhuman gene-editing tool for CRISPR DNA

Berkeley scientists furious as MIT patents superhuman gene-editing tool for CRISPR DNA

Dan Taylor - May 14, 2015

UC thought they had beaten MIT to the punch on discovering the new DNA altering process, but MIT was quicker to the patent office. Read more.

Scientists shocked to find Mercury has liquid metal core and a magnetic field like Earth

Scientists shocked to find Mercury has liquid metal core and a magnetic field like Earth

Dan Taylor - May 13, 2015

NASA's MESSENGER spacecraft smashed into the planet's surface on April 30 after four years in orbit, but not before sending back some amazing data. Read more.

3 out of 4 very hot days caused by climate change, new study finds

3 out of 4 very hot days caused by climate change, new study finds

Dan Taylor - Apr 28, 2015

Swiss researchers warned that that figure will only increase in the coming decades. Read more.

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Scientists shocked to find Mercury has liquid metal core and a magnetic field like Earth Scientists shocked to find Mercury has liquid metal core and a magnetic field like Earth
Dan Taylor - May 13, 2015
NASA's MESSENGER spacecraft smashed into the planet's surface on April 30 after four years in orbit, but not before sending back some amazing data.
3 out of 4 very hot days caused by climate change, new study finds 3 out of 4 very hot days caused by climate change, new study finds
Dan Taylor - Apr 28, 2015
Swiss researchers warned that that figure will only increase in the coming decades.
Newly discovered translucent frog looks just like Kermit Newly discovered translucent frog looks just like Kermit
BABW_admin - Apr 24, 2015
A new frog is discovered and its a cartoon.
NASA's Dawn spacecraft snaps stunning photo of Ceres' north pole NASA's Dawn spacecraft snaps stunning photo of Ceres' north pole
Dan Taylor - Apr 22, 2015
Dawn begins its science orbit tomorrow to begin unlocking the mysteries of one of the largest non-planetary bodies in our solar system.
Top Stories
NASA is calling this weird star 'Nasty 1,' and it's doing some weird things
Dan Taylor - May 26, 2015
This Wolf-Rayet star has been found deep in our galaxy, and it's behaving in a way scientists didn't expect.
 
Alarming study: 1 in 3 Americans have potentially deadly syndrome, and many don't know it
Dan Taylor - May 26, 2015
It's called metabolic syndrome, and it can lead to sudden death via stroke or other serious complications -- and you might not even be aware that you have it.
 
Berkeley scientists furious as MIT patents superhuman gene-editing tool for CRISPR DNA
Dan Taylor - May 26, 2015
UC thought they had beaten MIT to the punch on discovering the new DNA altering process, but MIT was quicker to the patent office.
 
Scientists shocked to find Mercury has liquid metal core and a magnetic field like Earth
Dan Taylor - May 26, 2015
NASA's MESSENGER spacecraft smashed into the planet's surface on April 30 after four years in orbit, but not before sending back some amazing data.
 
3 out of 4 very hot days caused by climate change, new study finds
Dan Taylor - May 26, 2015
Swiss researchers warned that that figure will only increase in the coming decades.
 
Magma expanse under Yellowstone volcano larger than expected
Benjamin LaCasse - May 26, 2015
A large magma expanse under Yellowstone super volcano is larger than scientists had anticipated.
 
Google launches wireless service Project Fi
Benjamin LaCasse - May 26, 2015
Google is launching it's own wireless service named Project Fi.
 
Study: Being exposed to air pollution may destroy your brain
Benjamin LaCasse - May 26, 2015
A new study carried out by Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center and Boston University School of Medicine discovers that polluted air can lead to cognitive loss.
 
Newly discovered translucent frog looks just like Kermit
BABW_admin - May 26, 2015
A new frog is discovered and its a cartoon.
 
NASA's Dawn spacecraft snaps stunning photo of Ceres' north pole
Dan Taylor - May 26, 2015
Dawn begins its science orbit tomorrow to begin unlocking the mysteries of one of the largest non-planetary bodies in our solar system.
 
Scientists discover largest known structure in the universe, and it defies physics
BABW_admin - May 26, 2015
A massive supervoid is discovered and it defies conventional physics.
 
NASA returns stunning color image of Pluto
BABW_admin - May 26, 2015
NASA obtains stunning image of Pluto.
 
John Kerry: We need a new generation of protesters for Earth Day
BABW_admin - May 26, 2015
Kerry called on supporters to reignite the Earth Day spirit.
 
Madonna responds to scathing backlash following infamous Drake kiss
Andrew Reddin - May 26, 2015
The Drake kiss quickly went viral on social media.
 
Man responsible for Ryan Reynolds hit-and-run has history of celebrity run-ins
Andrew Reddin - May 26, 2015
The paparazzo accused in the incident has had issues with other celebrities in the past.
 
Scientology leader sent spies after his own father to protect church's secrets
Andrew Reddin - May 26, 2015
The church reportedly paid as much as $10,000 a week to hire private detectives.
 
Nicholas Sparks insists new movie is not trying to lure male audience
Andrew Reddin - May 26, 2015
Nicholas Sparks' latest novel could draw in a wider demographic.
 
Ohio State QB Braxton Miller reinstated after NCAA violation with Instagram post
Cory Gluck - May 26, 2015
Suspended after an Instagram post.
 
'They still want to know more': Popular 'Serial' podcast to receive unofficial sequel
Andrew Reddin - May 26, 2015
Syed's lawyer hopes the new podcast can benefit his coming appeal.
 
Mischa Barton is suing her own mother for exploitation and withholding royalities
Andrew Reddin - May 26, 2015
Among other charges, the actress claims her mother lied to her about royalties she made in 2013.
 
New Horizons mission only teases the future 'spectacular' goals of exploring Pluto
April Toche - May 26, 2015
Pluto flybys will allow astronomers to piece together the composition of Pluto's surface.
 
Skype teases new real-time 'Translator' aimed to fully eliminate language barriers
April Toche - May 26, 2015
Skype recently announced the addition of Italian and Mandarin to its growing language database.
 
'The Comedians' producer says working with Billy Crystal is 'literally a dream come true'
Andrew Reddin - May 26, 2015
Billy Crystal is rebooting his career with 'The Comedians.'
 
'Better Call Saul' finale draws in more viewers than 'Breaking Bad' season one finale
Andrew Reddin - May 26, 2015
The freshman series finale still suffered a 25% drop in viewership from its February premiere.
 
Cute new 'Dwarf Dragon' lizard species discovered
Cory Gluck - May 26, 2015
A new animal is discovered and it looks like a dragon.
 
Job openings surge to a 14-year high in the U.S.
Cory Gluck - May 26, 2015
Unemployment remains the focus for the Obama administration.
 
Bruce Jenner to finally address sex change rumors in two-hour 20/20 interview
Andrew Reddin - May 26, 2015
The interview with Diane Sawyer is scheduled to air on April 24th at 9:00 pm.
 
Coachella to remain a green oasis despite crippling drought and new water restrictions
Andrew Reddin - May 26, 2015
The signature green fields of the Coachella Valley Music And Arts Festival are expected to remain unchanged despite new water laws.
 
Experts predict virtual and augmented reality to be $150 billion industry
April Toche - May 26, 2015
Advisors believe that these enormous market developments can be reached by 2020.