Elon Musk posted Friday several pictures of "Boring Co." equipment meant for digging tunnels beneath Los Angeles.
The Zika virus stands to cost the United States billions of dollars, even if few people are infected.
Tesla's solar roof costs slightly less than what Consumer Reports deemed would be necessary to compete with conventional roofing materials.
A newfound dinosaur spiked instant pop culture references, USA Today reports.
It would mark the latest step from EPA Administrator Scott Pruitt and the Trump administration to reshape the agency.
The U.S. military's experimental X-37B space plane completed a classified mission that lasted nearly two years, the Air Force said.
Ross Macdonald, CEO of Cynata Therapeutics, tells CNBC about how the company has progressed to phase 1 of the clinical trial stage.
Tesla posted a wider-than-expected first-quarter loss but said that its mass market Model 3 remains on track to begin production in July.
Tesla's valuation makes big assumptions about its potential, but does not yet summon the ghosts of the dotcom bubble, says one analyst.
American Museum of Natural History Astrophysicist Neil deGrasse Tyson, "Astrophysics for People in a Hurry" author, talks about his new book and increasing people's literacy about the cosmos.
In the 1920s, anthrax spores on shaving brushes caused a small outbreak of skin infections, The Verge reports.
A project to make synthetic human DNA is in the early stages, but could be within humans to fight disease in less than five years.
Space tourism is no longer a pipe dream, U.S. News reports.
Space junk can carry the impact of a hand grenade, NBC News reports.
Elon Musk's Boring Company just released a video that gives an idea of what a massive underground freeway system would looks like.
The new technique is key for studying the evolution of our human ancestors, Verge reports.
Hiring projections are rosy for the Class of 2017, according to CareerBuilder. The outlook is even better for some sectors than others.
The journey marks the first-time an Earth-built object has navigated the space between the planet and its halo of dust and rocks.
In an interview with CNBC, Ron Howard explains why a series on Albert Einstein can resonate with viewers drowning in entertainment choices.
As cars increasingly become another "thing" in the internet of things, an ocean of data will inundate companies.