Initial reports coming in from state and federal investigations are leading Pallimed Pharmacy to recall supposedly sterile products.
Ever wanted to own an American flag that flew to the Moon? Now you can, thanks to a law passed by Congress enabling the sale of space memorabilia.
A sinkhole 8 feet wide and 10 feet deep was spotted by a 11-year-old in a town quickly becoming known for its many sinkholes.
Lost to the world since 1983, scientists were able to successfully grow the gastric-brooding frog as far as an embryo.
Through innovative imaging technology, NASA scientists are able to take a 3D look at parts of the Moon's surface that has remained in darkness for 2 billion years.
With their budget growing ever smaller, NASA announced March 22 their decision to eliminate public outreach and education programs until further notice.
Since 2010, an outbreak in meningitis has infected 22 individuals, killing seven.
In a recent interview with the Boston Globe, Admiral Samuel Locklear said the most serious threat to Asia-Pacific is climate change. Is he right?
A New Jersey appellate court chose to uphold a rule that will allow the DEP to waive environmental regulations in cases they deem appropriate.
With gerenuks on the decline in the wild, groups like the SSP are seeing to their survival in captivity.
Officials are proposing naming 740 miles of shoreline as a critical habitat for loggerhead turtles.
Researchers at Georgia Tech are pioneering an area of science that may one day become a field of its own.
A study shows that traffic pollution may be as effective in promoting childhood asthma as secondhand smoke.
Experiments continue at the International Space Station while the SpaceX Dragon prepares to bring some of the astronauts' findings back to Earth.