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Many say it was a meteor blast that flattened a Siberian forest and left a large impact crater when the "Tunguska Event" happened over 100 years ago. New research debunks part of the story.
It's Trump's big day, and social media is inaugurating a batch of trending topics, including George W. Bush's defiant rain poncho and Michelle Obama's Jim-from-The-Office face.
Wolf 1061c is just a few blocks away, cosmically speaking, and alien seekers have begun a long-term campaign to look for signs of life there.
M. Night Shyamalan serves up another twist ending in "Split" -- and it's going to change movies forever. Or not. Spoilers abound, so proceed with caution.
An imagined Pluto landing gets a colorful makeover in a NASA video that makes you feel like an astronaut flying down to a new world.
Android actor Stanley lends its voice to a BBC radio adaptation of Isaac Asimov's classic stories.
The Netflix series releases a dark, distressing announcement -- and a debut date for season 5 -- on the same day Donald Trump becomes president.
"Stranger Things" got it wrong. It was the CIA and the Department of Defense, not the Department of Energy, that conducted covert research on potential psychic abilities.
Anne Hathaway does the monster mash in this indie comedy with added kaiju carnage.
He's a top adviser for every "Jurassic Park" film and explains how he works to bring prehistoric creatures to life for film and in the real-life "Jurassic World: The Exhibition."
Six-part series based on comedy about the approaching apocalypse will debut in 2018.
The big alien lumbered after Captain Kirk a whole half-century ago, and he's since become a sci-fi icon.
Sitting down with Chris Pratt, Jennifer Lawrence and Michael Sheen to talk about space travel and the tech in the film.
The biggest tech stories of the day include Uber's FTC settlement and new data on Tesla's autopilot feature. Plus Samsung plans to explain why its Note 7 was forced to be recalled around the world.