The Science Guy worries that forcing children to believe the world is only 6,000 years old prevents them from thinking critically.
The 2014 Ig Nobel winners are in, celebrating the best scientific achievements "that first make people laugh, and then makes them think".
A security company is giving out free GPS devices, so that no one steals figurines from nativity scenes in places of worship.
A Vatican cardinal insists that it wasn't Jack Dorsey, but Jesus Christ who invented the short, pithy message.
Amazon's publishing arm will publish short bios of "icons" who exhibit varying degrees of goodness, such as Jesus, Josef Stalin, J.D. Salinger, and David Lynch -- but no Jeff Bezos.
What were the big stories of the year for geeks and nerds in 2014? Was this the year we all became geeks? Join the conversation.
Fed up with his services being disrupted by technology, an Italian priest installs a jamming device. Not everyone is pleased.
In Google's study, the firm gets up close and personal with hijackers that target not businesses or governments, but you personally.
Conceived by an alcoholic schoolteacher and designed by Frank Lloyd Wright student Fay Jones, it won the highest honors in architecture. CNET Road Trip 2014 stopped in for a visit.
The father of modern taxonomy beats Shakespeare, Jesus and Napoleon as the most influential person in history, according to Wikipedia PageRank figures.