Statistics show there are nine powerful countries in the world that have nuclear programs and house over 15,000 nuclear arsenals. Literally, anyone could be living close to a nuclear weapon right this moment. Activists have warned the public of the danger this brings, as a single arsenal could kill thousands and could have devastating effects that could last for generations.
A new legislation in the United Kingdom appears to not only give the government access to online activities of citizens but may also give room to share them with the United States.
NASA and Russia have resumed their discussions about a potential joint mission to explore Venus in the late 2020s. The discussion has been put for two years now, but was postponed because of the sanctions imposed against Russia over Ukraine in 2014.
A group of Chinese scientists is the first to inject an actual human being with cells containing genes edited using the controversial CRISPR method.
A new regulation from the U.S. Department of Transportation requires a sound "software" for newly manufactured hybrid and electric light-duty vehicles to help "avoid accidents."
Hypersonic flights may be able to make travels from cities on opposite sides of the world much easier. New York to London will, in fact, be just as fast as half an hour, and aerospace officials said we are a few decades away from the possibility.
There had been hearsays from the past years that the older generation is oddly dissatisfied with the decisions made by the youth of today. It is without a doubt that the lifestyle of the younger generation differ to that of the Baby Boomers as influenced by culture, technology, modernization and, even, globalization. The question is, is this just the typical we're-older-we-know-better thing, or is there scientific proof to prove so?
The US Food and Drug Administration is in a quandary as Ferrero, the maker of Nutella, is pushing to reclassify its product from a dessert to a breakfast spread.
The Paris Agreement on climate change may soon kick into action as China ratifies the pact on Saturday, with the U.S., another super pollutor, to follow suit.
The U.S. public drinking water is officially unsafe. A new study reveals that the water Americans consume every day contains industrial chemicals linked to cancer and other health problems.
A new study showed that the prevalence of diabetes in people below 20 years old in the United States is higher than what is previously estimated.
The UK is caught between the rift of the US and Russia with regard to nuclear saber-rattling. And the most affected party will be Major Tim Peake who is about to re-enter Earth on June aboard Russia's Souyuz rocket.
In response to a nuclear deal, the US is buying tons of heavy water from Iran.
It's no secret that ocean acidification is wreaking havoc on the corals, sea stars, sharks and others that live beneath the waves. But now new research shows that this phenomenon is hitting closer to home and threatening US coastal communities, too.