It's that time of the year: Supermoon shines brightly this weekend
Cicadas are mostly harmless, but arborists warn that small trees and shrubs could be damaged as female cicadas lay their eggs.
AP IMPACT: Post-Great Recession, US and other nations take divergent paths on higher ed, jobs
Researchers question Yellowstone grizzly bear rebound as government weighs lifting protections
Digital atlas offers highly detailed three-dimensional look at human brain; will aid research
Chinese astronauts twirl gyroscopes, strike kung fu poses in students' lecture from space
It is big and kind of pretty, but this plant can burn your skin or even blind you.
Officials at the Smithsonian Conservation Biology Institute in Virginia say they've had a baby boom of endangered species in recent months and are sending some animals to other facilities.
Study: Vaccine against sexually transmitted HPV cut infections in teen girls by half
Germany's Merkel makes clear Europe will defend GM food stance in US trade talks
Scientists predict summer 'dead zones': Larger in Gulf, smaller than usual in Chesapeake Bay
Airborne laser spots ancient city complex of roads, canals hidden under dense Cambodian forest
Scientists from around the world meet in South Dakota to discuss new photo-taking satellite
Nobel Prize-winning physics professor from Cornell, Ohio State dies at age 77 in Maine
Jazz legend Cecil Taylor, US chip inventor and Japanese evolution biologist win Kyoto Prize
NASA Langley joins as government member of advanced manufacturing research center in Virginia
Oil trade group OKs 30-month curb on seismic surveys in Gulf of Mexico that affect marine life
Obama to tap executive powers to curb emissions blamed for global warming
Energy chief: Flying across US in high-tech solar plane to boost cleaner energy use on ground
NASA picks 8 new astronauts, 4 of them women, including 1st female fighter pilot in years