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NASA's Hubble telescope may have spotted water plumes. That could make it much easier to sample Europa's supposed subsurface ocean, where we just might find the building blocks for life.
A newly issued comic book shakes up Iron Man's family tree. Warning, spoilers ahead.
You've already enjoyed those burgers and fries, so why not send a picture of them to the recycle bin for a good cause?
See a fresh view of the ancient Mars valley that intrigues scientists and could be the landing site for a new Mars mission.
Concerned cops end up having a good laugh over a traffic stop after responding to a call about a potential assault happening inside a moving car.
You don't even want to know how many Barbie dolls were turned into Sewer Swim Mermaids.
Welcome to the darkness of Datil, New Mexico, a remote town bordered by a radio observatory and topped by a nighttime light show of spectacular stars.
A camping trip turns into an unexpectedly celestial weekend of Milky Way-soaked stargazing in a place with very little light pollution.
Not down with Donald Trump, or happy about Hillary Clinton? Maybe you just want a giant meteor to crush us all.
I won't lie, I'm not going to miss Chris Evans.
Jedi and "Guardians of the Galaxy" characters are among those spotlighting the "Improve Your Selfie" health campaign launched by Disney.
Is Promobot a media maven? Or an autonomous agitator? A CNET video investigation.
The social site announces camera-equipped glasses. Rumors fly about Google Home pricing and the company's October 4 event. Also, a possible Twitter sale.