Weather forecasts at viewing sites across the country are beginning to sharpen as the solar eclipse draws closer.
Ranchers in North Dakota, South Dakota and Montana have been suffering through the region's worst drought in 30 years, which has withered grazing fields, causing a severe spike in the cost of hay to feed their animals. It will change how they're going to operate for the next several years in order to get through it, "Greg Lardy, head of North Dakota State University's...
While millions of Americans are watching the total solar eclipse, utilities will be managing a sharp drop in solar power.
Derrick Pitts, The Franklin Institute chief astronomer, shares his expectations for America's first coast-to-coast eclipse in 99 years.
BenevolentBio CEO Jackie Hunter speaks about how artificial intelligence has application in health care.
BenevolentBio CEO Jackie Hunter speaks about how smaller companies are more nimbly adapting to the rise of artificial intelligence.
Far-right extremists are learning through genetic ancestry sites that they're not as "white" as they hoped, STAT News reports.
The four largest U.S. cellular carriers are stepping up coverage for the massive crowds expected to gather during Monday's solar eclipse.
Knowing the psychology of the alt-right may be the key to stop white supremacist views from spreading, Vox reports.
Scientists are using the eclipse to test a new way to learn about the sun that could protect against solar flares.
Ahead of the solar eclipse, high-altitude balloons are being tested for possible Mars survival, Verge Reports.
Peter Smith, professor of optoelectronics at the University of Southampton, speaks about the impact of quantum computing on business and governments.
The global push among carmakers to make lighter vehicles is leading some auto suppliers in Japan to turn to using wood.
The solar eclipse is good news for Amtrak's transportation business, USA Today reports.
Two county health departments in Arizona are warning residents that fleas have been found carrying the plague.
Tesla CEO Elon Musk fired off a new, ominous warning on Friday about artificial intelligence, saying it was a greater risk than North Korea.
While the idea of a nuclear attack is unthinkably frightening, it is possible to survive some of them, if people take the right steps.
Cities in the 70-mile-wide "Zone of Totality" are bracing for a huge influx of tourists.
Seeing a total solar eclipse should be on everyone's bucket list. But don't photograph it, Vox reports.
New research helps explain why artificial sweeteners are linked to obesity and metabolic disease, Vox reoprts.