The yearly loss of Antarctic ice mass has increased six-fold since 1979, scientists report
On the heels of a blowout success with "Bird Box," the streaming service is raising monthly prices by $1 or $2
Tehran plans to put at least two into orbit that Washington says use tech that could be used to deliver nuclear weapons
Fully autonomous robotic assistants will cruise the aisles looking for potential safety hazards
The animal was declared extinct in the wild nearly 40 years ago
Scientists and engineers across the country – indeed, across the globe – rely on information that's ground to a halt during the shutdown
Kylie Jenner has responded in the feud with the egg
"This action is taken only due to the extraordinarily difficult challenges ahead," the company said
Since 1970, the ocean has warmed 40 percent more than previous estimates, scientists say
A SpaceX Falcon 9 rocket takes off with a final set of 10 Iridium NEXT communications satellites
A report finds T-Mobile and other providers sold data to third parties
There were calls on Capitol Hill Thursday for an investigation into the sale of cellphone data. A new report finds major cellphone companies are selling user location data to bounty hunters and others. Kris Van Cleave reports.
Most Americans say they support renewable energy, but what will it take to get there?
Engineer and philanthropist Leland Melvin made his way into the world of professional football and outer space. Explore his incredible journey.
The proposal comes as the makers of the Weather Channel app are accused of marketing the locations of its users without their knowledge
A U.S. senator is calling for strict new rules to limit Silicon Valley's use of your personal data. The Consumer Data Protection Act would force companies to offer a "do not track" option. Any tech executives who mislead regulators could face prison time. The proposal comes as the makers of the Weather Channel app are accused of marketing the locations of tens of millions of users without their knowledge. Tony Dokoupil reports.
At 101-years-old, chemical engineer Charlie Bliss can't stop working. He's even developed a plan designed to capture carbon dioxide emissions. Chip Reid has his story.
Charlie Bliss and his 81-year-old business partner are known as the thermodynamics duo
This year's show covers over 2.9 million square feet with gadgets and technologies that have the potential to change the lives of billions of people
Is it a sign of alien life? Astronomers have yet to detect where these signals come from