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.
Commentary: When you have that much power and money in one place, you have to take serious precautions against technological incursion.
An asteroid going boldly through the universe now carries a new name that honors actor Will Wheaton, who played Wesley Crusher on "Star Trek: The Next Generation."
The Aoba Velox-III is equipped with special thrusters that let it remain in orbit for six months, double the normal length of time a satellite would be expected to last.
A little satellite can make big waves.
For the third year in a row, global temperatures continued to rise, once again breaking the record.
This magnificent photograph celebrates the seventh landing of a reusable rocket.
Commentary: Some foreigners have been confused by signage on Japan's loos, which do far more than flush. So its sanitation industry comes up with standardized icons.
Keon wiggles his splendid tail all the way into the latest Guinness World Records book.
Several companies at CES 2017 had robots that made hot caffeinated beverages. While all these robots drew crowds, not all were created equal.
NASA scientists continue to collect evidence of ancient water on Mars as the Curiosity rover sees what looks like a series of mud cracks.
Commentary: An evolutionary biologist decides that his new moth discovery resembles the president-elect.
Want to see the future of car technology?
Brian Cooley found it for you at CES 2017 in Las Vegas and the North American International Auto Show in Detroit.