In the slippery tide pools of Point Fermin in Los Angeles' San Pedro neighborhood, there are sticky green sea anemone, hard-shelled limpets, barnacles shaped like mini-volcanoes and small octopuses hiding between gaps in ...
Apple had an eventful year in 2011. The first iPad was flying off the shelves, the company unveiled its new iPhone 4S, and founder Steve Jobs died.
Supreme Court justices are vigorously debating the Digital Age question of where the line should be drawn between free speech and illegal threats.
About 200 people, including tourists, formed a giant "SOS" on a beach on Spain's Canary Islands on Sunday to protest against drilling for oil off the archipelago.
After a two-year debate sparked by the emergence of low-cost competition, European space nations on Tuesday are likely to back plans to build a new rocket, the Ariane 6, say sources.
Scientists have discovered a new frog species in southern New Jersey that makes some un-froglike sounds.
(Phys.org)—An ancient Greek astronomical puzzle now has another piece in place.
His corn and bean fields ravaged by drought, Nicaraguan farmer Leonel Sanchez Hernandez grudgingly found a new harvest: tarantulas.
Ohio's lawmakers are moving toward taking on the algae that has plagued Lake Erie in recent years.
Gov. Andrew Cuomo says New York is creating the nation's most advanced weather detection system, but meteorologists say his weather service is unlikely to live up to his expectations.