NASA chief views prototype ion engine for asteroid-capture mission; meets with engineers
Weather forecasters predict busy hurricane season again this year: 13 to 20 named storms
2013 hurricane names; From Andrea to Wendy
Study finds for first time frogs and other amphibians declining at alarming rate around US
Report: 87 shipwrecks, most from WWII, could leak oil near US, but no 'ticking time bombs'
NASA rover Curiosity drills into second Martian rock; prepares to study it in detail
Tunisia: Man back from Saudi Arabia dies from coronavirus, 2 children treated and recovered
In unusual pattern, Oklahoma tornado tracked path of 1999 monster twister with record winds
When is it OK for wunderkinds to drop out of school? (Hey, it worked for Tumblr's founder!)
Huge submerged mystery structure in Sea of Galilee stumps dry-docked Israeli archaeologists
After days on pins and needles, chilled Mass. sea turtles recovering with help of acupuncture
Could honeybees save Europe from land mines? Croatian scientists think so
Wildlife officials are investigating an online video that shows a man jumping on two manatees.
Witnesses in Maryland and region report seeing bright light of a meteoric fireball
Solar plane leaves Phoenix on 2nd leg of US trip intended to boost interest in clean energy
Incorporating scientific methods and processes into young people's daily lives can be as easy as collecting rocks or playing in sand. But teaching kids about science shouldn't be taken so lightly -- it's as important as teaching them the alphabet.
Mice and lizards return from a month in space aboard an orbiting Russian capsule
Silicon Valley-area city becomes factory town again, with help of high-tech manufacturing
Forget the fire ant. It's time to worry about "crazy ants," according to researchers at The University of Texas at Austin.
FBI says no arrests in Wash. ricin letter case, but releases few details on investigation