Using the Herschel Telescope, the European Space Agency has detected water vapor on Ceres, the largest and roundest object in the asteroid belt. And it just may have a whole lot of it.
The police department in Ceres, Calif., warns of the latest, and certainly not greatest, iPad scam. There are also reports of televisions that are mere blocks of wood.
A new law in California could impose jail time and a hefty fine on people who seek revenge on their exes by posting pornographic pictures.
This story originally gave an incorrect figure for the assets overseen by Ceres members. Ceres says its members oversee some $400 billion in assets.
NASA debuts stunning high-resolution pictures of the gargantuan 330-mile-diameter Vesta asteroid.
Activist investor group urges companies to track their use of energy and resources as closely as it does its hiring and cash flow.
Need to get things in perspective? This interactive Scale of the Universe shows where you (and everything else) falls in the grand scheme.
Four years after launch from Cape Canaveral, NASA's Dawn spacecraft is finally in orbit around Vesta, beaming back spectacular images of a tortured surface dating back to the formation of the solar system.
SustainAbility.com issues report card on leading corporate green lists, many criticized for lack of transparency and quality control.
It's tough to match the speed of chips, but clean-energy technologies can follow a similar downward cost curve through higher manufacturing and periodic technology breakthroughs, say execs from GE and Intel.