Tributes have poured in from all over the world after the tragic death of a Kentucky-born motorcycle great.
Even when fuel prices go down, the Pentagon overcharges its own armed forces to earn billions in extra profit.
A vault built to help mankind, or at least the Norwegians, survive an apocalyptic scenario, has been threatened by climate change.
Although satellites have many similarities, a device made of 3D printed carbon fiber, to be launched by NASA soon, may change the industry.
Scientists have debunked the myth of a 'happy drunk,' claiming that alcohol does not radically change personality.
Besides the commitment to cap calories per pack, leading global chocolate and candy companies will also print larger and bolder calorie declarations on their products.
This year’s Eurovision Song Contest was unique as it celebrated love, but it will also be remembered for pants down in front of cameras.
Trade unions in Norway have called for economic, academic and cultural boycott of Israel over its treatment of the Palestinian people.
Following a global "ransomware" cyberattack, French car giant Renault has halted production, while British hospitals have been forced to turn away patients.
The UN and Bill Gates believe that circumcision can considerably reduce the risk of HIV infection. However, not everyone agrees with them
The use of furanyl fentanyl, aka ‘Serial Killer’ or ‘Drop Dead’ as it so deadly that one can die just from touching it, is on the rise in the US.
Scientists have developed an artificial womb that promises to increase the survival chances of premature babies.
Kiev has cited Seagal as “a national security threat,” banning him from entering the country for five years.
Unless humans colonize another planet within the next 100 years, they will face an irreversible process of disappearing from Earth.
Scientists from the Temple University and the University of Pittsburgh have developed a method for programming cells to detect and destroy the HIV virus.
Liberalization of the telecommunications sector in Turkey started in 2004, but today, the country appears to be more isolated than ever.
Alien hunters claim that they have spotted a very old tree stump in an image of Mars taken by the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA).
An ad posted on dating app Tinder seeks to help fundraise for developing artificial fertilization methods to save the species.
The Democratic People’s Republic of Korea (DPRK) has developed the “military first” policy, envisaging the whole country as a humongous and coherent military force.
Dozens of teenagers jumped on a Bay Area Rapid Transit (BART) subway train at a station in Oakland in the evening on April 22, mugging and beating a total of seven passengers.