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An Accenture Strategy study surveyed managers across the world and various industries to gauge their views on the automation trend.
On Dec. 16, two extraordinary things happened: "Star Wars: The Force Awakens" opened — and the Fed raised rates.
England's chief medical officer is cautioning doctors and pharmacists to double-check their prescriptions.
It is one of the deadliest Decembers on record for tornadoes. Predicting tornadoes is still tough, but better tools are on the way.
The 12-foot long giant squid is only the third to be caught on video.
How will the NFL respond following the release of "Concussion"?
December’s weather has been one for the books with temperature records already broken. But is the weather heating or cooling the economy?
Here are some of the discoveries and developments brought on by NASA, planetary scientists, and the commercial space industry in 2015.
Mission gets called off after failure of key instruments to measure seismic activity
A leak in a key instrument used to measure seismic activity on Mars will hold back the March 2016 launch of the $675 million mission.
Snow fell on Washington, heavy wind downed trees, knocked out power, and smashed cars in Oregon, and rain brought relief to California.
Some Northeast retailers are suffering from unseasonably warm temperatures, but these businesses are winning.
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.