The court battles between Apple and the U.S. Federal Bureau of Investigation will continue for some time. The dispute raises questions of law enforcement and technology. The answers could affect privacy, safety and security.
American Scott Kelly and Russian Mikhail Kornienko spent a record 340 days in space. It is the longest a human has stayed in the International Space Station. NASA is using observations on humans from this trip for its Journey to Mars program.
Scientists say they have pinpointed a gene that affects a person’s likelihood of getting gray hair. Researchers say a treatment could be developed that may prevent or reverse graying.
The economy of China is on a downward spiral as factory production fell again in January.
Email is an important communication tool. But waves of messages can cause a lot of stress. One group of experts looked into ways to improve dealing with the problem.
MyShake is one of several apps designed to detect earthquakes, gather information and send it back to the developer.
A group of scientists say sea levels are rising at record rates. Another group found that January temperatures in the Arctic reached a record high.
A very important part of public speaking is often overlooked. It is body language and it is important to consider the message body language sends.
Social entrepreneurs run businesses that have an aim of performing a social good. Interest in investing in these companies appears to be increasing.
The European Chamber of Commerce in Beijing says the EU should not be considered a market economy for trade purposes. The trade group opposes the move because it says it will cause job losses in Europe.
A recent report says there should be changes to how colleges look for new students.
As researchers find more bacteria and viruses that resist germ-fighting drugs, the medical world is turning to old cures to fight disease.