Hospitals see wave of products to fight superbugs; penalties loom if patients catch infections
Hurricane watch at Saturn's North Pole: Cyclone eye is 1,250 miles wide, cloud speed 330 mph
Logging halted after utility workers damage American Indian archaeological sites in California
Scientists find evidence of cannibalism at Jamestown, America's 1st permanent English colony
National agency: Dry winter, warming trend foretell wildfire danger across West
EPA report that lowers methane-leak estimates further divides fracking camps
Chesapeake Bay restoration goals one-quarter to one-third met
British archaeologists plan to exhume second tomb at site where Richard III's skeleton found
A new study finds climate change could cut stream flows in the Potomac River basin, a major source of drinking water in the Washington region.
Obama says spending cuts could force US to lose out on years of scientific research
Damaged Russian cargo ship docks with International Space Station
Researchers track the 'northernization' of Philly's unusual accent; 'wooder' becoming 'water'
Kenneth Appel, who used computer to solve century-old map question, dies at 80
Drink up: USDA study finds that stink bug odor compounds in cattle feed don't transfer to milk
Rising sea level clearly evident along undeveloped stretch of South Carolina coast
Experts propose using nets, harpoons to save satellites worth $100 billion from space junk
Social animals follow food trends: Even whales exhibit monkey-see, monkey-do behavior
Ohioans want to preserve legacy of earthquake magnitude scale's developer, Richter
Hormone spurs creation of insulin-making cells, raising hopes for potential against diabetes
The University of Maryland Medical Center's trauma center is celebrating a gift that transformed the lives of six people and made possible the most extensive full-face transplant yet.