Five to seven shots were fired at the Pentagon early Tuesday morning. The shooter, however, is still unkown.
As the adage goes, you have to walk a mile in someone else’s shoes to really get to know them. But to get to know Mayor Michael Bloomberg, you’d probably have to walk for a little bit longer.
From the wheel to the 18-wheeler, innovation is the heart of human progress. But some innovators have taken a step… too far.
The malfunctioning of brain protein adenomatous polyposis coli (APC) plays an important role in autism and retardation, scientists say.
Repeat after me, kiddos: Just because you’ve read something on the Internet, doesn’t mean it’s true. Here’s our list of some of the most funny (and famous) memes that weren’t exactly what they seemed.
Hey, clown! Yeah, we’re talking to you. Happy Clown Week 2010.
Breaking news: “Testimony in some of the papers indicate that Chewbacca used mind-alerting drugs while on Endor.”
The Human Universal Load Carrier, a Lockheed Martin product, could revolutionize warfare as soon as next year.
Jonathan Mann found himself center-stage (digitally, at least) with Steve Jobs last week when the Apple founder selected his video, “The iPhone Antenna Song,” to lead a news conference about the iPhone 4’s antenna issues.
Another of science’s epic debates has finally been resolved: it turns out that homosexuality is genetic. (In mice, at least.)
Sony Pictures and YouTube’s relationship? It’s complicated.
Hackers just got a little meaner.