Moon dust that Neil Armstrong collected during the first lunar landing was displayed Thursday at a New York auction house—a symbol of America's glory days in space now valued at $2 million to $4 million.
Governments and schools are not communicating the most effective ways for individuals to reduce their carbon footprints, according to new research.
Most business and leisure travelers in the United States can't identify a bed bug, and yet the tiny pest evokes a stronger response in hotel guests than any other potential room deficiency—putting the hospitality industry ...
As the summer months approach, most people turn to thoughts of sunshine, outdoor barbecues and destination trips. Yet travelers often are greeted by detours, lane closures and delays for road repairs that generally are reserved ...
Boarding passes could someday become quaint relics for air travelers.
International air travelers might soon rediscover magazines, paperbacks and playing cards.
Talks on a proposed U.S. ban on laptops and tablets in flights from Europe ended Wednesday with no ban—and a promise of more talks and better intelligence sharing.
The U.S. is expected to broaden its ban on in-flight laptops and tablets to include planes from the European Union, a move that would create logistical chaos on the world's busiest corridor of air travel.
After some serious number crunching, a UBC researcher has come up with a mathematical model for a viable time machine.
After NASA announced in February the discovery of a solar system with seven planets—three of which were deemed potentially habitable—UChicago postdoctoral scholar Sebastiaan Krijt began wondering: If a life form existed ...