Roy Spencer, a research scientist at the University of Alabama in Huntsville, thinks that data from a NASA satellite can disprove the theory of global warming.
The State Attorney’s Office of Florida is calling on Casey Anthony to pay over $140,000 to cover the prosecution costs associated with her case.
Tylenol manufacturer Johnson & Johnson announced Thursday that they are lowering the maximum daily dosage of Tylenol in an attempt to lessen instances of acetaminophen overdose, the leading cause of liver damage.
A stealth move by Apple could signal the end for DVD drives in computers. Releasing its new product line up last week, the new Mac Mini is notably missing its DVD drive, joining the Macbook Air in Apple’s mix of drive-less gadgets.
Clarifying comments he made last week that implied he supported gay marriage, Texas governor Rick Perry said Thursday that "gay marriage is not fine with me."
The NASA Lunar Reconnaissance Orbiter has revealed that a radioactive "hot spot" on the far side of the Moon discovered in 1998 is a small colony of volcanoes.
U.S. District Chief Judge Royce Lamberth set a ruling on Wednesday that will allow federal funding for embryonic stem cell research to continue.
On Tuesday, Chinese physicists released a study they say debunks the possibility of time travel. However, some critics still believe it could be possible.
Days after the July 22 bombing and shooting in Norway that look the lives of 76 people, the performance of Norwegian police is being questioned. Some are saying that the SWAT team took too long to respond as Anders Breivik gunned down vacationers at Utoya Island.
A study conducted by the National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health has been released detailing that there is no causal link between the toxicity of the 9/11 Ground Zero rescue and clean up, and the cancers that many first responders have developed. The study ruled that cancer ailed first responders will not be eligible for aid under the James A. Zadroga Act; established in 2010 to provide monetary assistance to those who have developed illnesses due to being exposed to fumes, dust and toxins at Ground Zero.
The tragedy that has hit Norway at the hand of Anders Behring Breivik has also affected the country's royalty. Trond Bernsten, the stepbrother of Crown Princess Mette-Marit was among the 76 people killed in the massacre last Friday.
A group of physicists from the Hong Kong University of Science and Technology have conducted research that allegedly proves time travel is a scientific impossibility by demonstrating that nothing can move faster than the speed of light.
A couple from China was so overtaken by their video game addiction that they said they sold their three children in order to fund their obsession.
The high-speed train collision that occurred in Zhejiang province, China last weekend has prompted the Chinese Railway Ministry to order a two-month nationwide safety review of China's entire railway system.
A young girl’s church has made sure that her final birthday wish to provide clean water to poor countries was realized several times over even. In memory of Rachel Beckwith, who died Saturday, a little over one month after her 9th birthday, her church has taken over the cause and raised over $160,000.
The Institute of Medicine has published a list of preventative health services for women last week, after being called to task by the Department of Health last year.
A horrific train collision that occurred in China on the evening of July 25 has seen very little national media coverage and has been mostly covered by Chinese social media. Aficionados continue to express their distaste in how Chinese government and media are handling the situation.