Thursday, September 11, 2014
New York Fashion Week on Tuesday transformed the woman of spring/summer 2015 into another world, with shades of Marie-Antoinette at Vera Wang, ocean mermaids at Rodarte and Picasso's muse at Tory Burch.
Researchers are trying to get a better handle on the size of the Pacific walrus population ahead of an expected decision by the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service on whether the animals need special protections.
Canada has located the remains of one of two British explorer ships lost in the Arctic in 1846, Prime Minister Stephen Harper announced Tuesday, hailing the find as historic.
From super-long tongues to leaping cats, a host of weird and wacky landmarks have made the cut for 60th anniversary edition of the Guinness World Records book out on Thursday.
Wednesday, September 10, 2014
Apple moved to recapture its role as a tech trend-setter on Tuesday with its highly anticipated first smartwatch and two large-screen versions of the iPhone.
With a thumb swipe on a smartphone, your car one day will be able to drive into a parking deck, find an open spot and back into a space — all by itself.
A French scientist credited with pioneering deep-brain stimulation to help Parkinson's disease patients and an American who located a key breast cancer mutation were awarded top science prizes Monday.
Surging levels of carbon dioxide sent greenhouse gases in the atmosphere to a new record in 2013, while oceans, which absorb the emissions, have become more acidic than ever, the U.N. said on Tuesday.
A rare discovery of dinosaur bones in Tanzania has led scientists to identify a new species of long-extinct, leaf-eating dinosaur, according to research published on Monday.