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A reusable SpaceX rocket took off from Florida on Monday and landed safely near its launchpad.
Scientists are conducting an experiment to farm the crop on the Red Planet.
Beijing's city government appears to be more concerned with protecting its citizens from hazardous air pollution.
It is not a direct threat to humans, but high levels of mercury in fog, could pose threats to animals and food supplies.
These record-breaking temperatures are continuing a trend set to establish 2015 as one of the warmest years on record.
Unseasonably warm temperatures in much of the United States this month have more people suffering from mold allergies.
Being president is not for the faint hearted in more ways than one: It could knock years off your life, according to a new study.
NASA will begin accepting applications for the next class of astronaut candidates starting on Dec. 14.
Heavy snow, downpours, twisters and record-breaking warmth — the country saw it all over the weekend. NBC News reports.
Elon Musk and some of the biggest names in tech are backing a non-profit artificial intelligence research company with funding of $1 billion.
Miguel Arias Canete, EU Commissioner for climate, action and energy, explains the main points of contention to finalizing the COP21 climate change agreement.
The Death Star was an engineering feat in "Star Wars," but it would be better to build it here, NASA said. NBC News reports.
An NOAA meteorologist explains why the Northeast and Midwest are so warm this December.
From Ben & Jerry's to Mars, U.S. food companies are in Paris for the U.N. climate talks as they push for a plan to slow global warming.
Angel Gurria, secretary-general of the OECD, says a lot of progress has been made at the COP21 climate change conference in Paris, but there is still some contention between nations.
After E.coli issues at some Chipotle restaurants and Costco, what's the process to finding the source of the problem? Amy Kirby, Emory University, provides insight to the investigation.
Are you using punctuation when you text? You may be sending the wrong message, according to a study conducted by Binghamton University.
Per Wimmer, author and CEO of Wimmer Space, says there is an asset bubble risk in green and renewable energy.
Nevada has been chosen as the test location for the Hyperloop, a high speed transportation system from Tesla Motors chief CEO Elon Musk.
Coal, cars and weather are all creating smog thick enough to make people sick and obstruct vision in Beijing.