Astronomical cliffhanger: Comet zipping close to the sun; will ice ball survive or shatter?
Scientists at Los Alamos have devised an imaging system that could speed up and improve the process of screening liquids at airports.
Twenty students from Charles County Public Schools got the chance Tuesday to talk one-on-one with American astronauts stationed aboard the International Space Station.
Frederick, Md., scientist claims FDA stole trade secrets for food safety software product
Archaeologists in Nepal say they have unearthed oldest Buddhist shrine
NOAA: Weak 2013 Atlantic hurricane season draws to close; dry air led to fewer storms
Mobile devices will help Thanksgiving travelers stay in touch, but being on the road can put mobile security at risk.
Russia launches European Space Agency satellites intended to study Earth's magnetic field
Fred Kavli, philanthropist and science research supporter, dies at 86 in California
Texas board delays OK'ing new biology book, seeks expert review of alleged errors on evolution
Fossil reveals 30-foot killer dinosaur from Utah; preceded T. rex as North. American terror
Raising Canaan? Wine cellar found in ancient palace hints at a sophisticated rink for banquets
Apple's iBeacon transmitter, which was announced in June, is being tested in some Macy's stores. The shopBeacon transmitter notifies users of sales and bargains as they walk past items they might like.
Scientists witness biggest, brightest cosmic explosion ever seen, call it a 'monster'
Japan reports volcano raises island in seas far south of Tokyo
Mass. chemist pleads guilty in drug lab scandal that risked thousands of convictions
Correction: Dueling Dinos story
NASA troubleshooting problem on Mars rover Curiosity; science work on hold
Meteorologists shrug shoulders, see equal chances of everything for much of US this winter