This year, the hundreds of thousands of people gathered to watch fireworks on Washington's National Mall will see one extra light in the sky. If clouds don't obscure it, the International Space Station will be visible for ...
Four ground-breaking families of environmentally friendly primary explosives under development at Los Alamos National Laboratory are featured this week in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences.
Two Minnesota residents have become the first Arctic explorers to reach the North Pole on foot during summer.
A private fishery in England is being inundated with letters and e-mails from anglers over plans to stock an 11-acre lake with imported Australian carp.
Millicom International Cellular's proposed sale to China Mobile appeared to be off Monday as Millicom reported an unsatisfactory due-diligence report.
Over two million Internet addresses ending with ".eu" have been registered since the domain was launched this April.
Controversy has erupted over plans to open a medical marijuana establishment on San Francisco's Fishermen's Wharf, the New York Times reports.
A pair of polls released this weekend show a relatively slow consumer response to the latest advanced wireless messaging features.
Brazil's largest cell-phone operator Vivo is establishing a GSM network to help pave the way to third-generation (3G) wireless services.
You see the signs promoting cancer screening nearly everywhere you go these days -- airports, bus stations and online. The ads promote cancer screening as a form of preventive medicine, and almost always refer you to an Internet ...