Finally, people born in 1980 have something amazing over those young'ins who came into the world in the year 2000 or on a Leap Day.
Columbia University scientists find correlations between certain birth months and the risk of contracting 55 diseases. Because birthdays aren't depressing enough on their own.
The new phantasmic four will sport a utility look for the spook-tacular remake.
Director Paul Feig tweets a picture of an unlicensed nuclear accelerator that appears to have been purchased from old Radio Shack parts, but CNET's Danny Gallagher likes the homemade look.
Columbia University researchers discover a new source of alternative energy by harnessing the power of evaporation and soil bacteria spores.
Researchers have found teeny tiny teeth in a creature half a billion years old so strange it was named Hallucigenia.
This week on Crave, artificial intelligence learns to dominate Super Mario World and Columbia University builds little machines that run on evaporating water. And is "Game of Thrones" villain Ramsay Bolton really a good guy? Find out on Crave.
A program uses "neural evolution" to observe, process and safely navigate a level in SNES classic Super Mario World.
"Construction toys" based on Angry Birds will be available in the spring of 2016 to coincide with the release of the game franchise's full-length feature film.
A team of astronomers has calculated the weight of the Milky Way to a high degree of precision by observing stars outside the galactic disc.