The Justice Department is coming for Google’s digital ad domination
In mounting their latest traditional antitrust case, the government could have a real shot at taking the company on.
Persisting winter storm conditions bring snow, tornadoes, and thunder to Eastern US
More than 12 tornadoes were reported in the cross country storm.
A squishy new robot uses syringes and physics to mosey along
A new invention from engineers at Cornell moves by pumping fluids.
The next generation of US nuclear plants could be tiny but powerful
The newly approved small modular reactor is just one-third the size of traditional designs.
M1 Abrams tanks and other armored vehicles could change how Ukraine fights
Ukraine could be getting US tanks in addition to other armored assets, like Strykers. Here's what these different vehicles can do on a battlefield.
An oil spill on this fuel-rich coast could be a supply chain catastrophe
Qatar has a ‘high vulnerability zone’ where a single oil spill would have dire global consequences.
This teen mummy was buried with dozens of gold amulets
As far as preparation for the afterlife, this royal teenager was set.
How climate change board games could turn play into action
Climate-themed board games are growing in popularity. Their designers hope they can spark change.
Chevy’s first electrified Corvette, the E-Ray, is a heavyweight built to be quick
In convertible form, the new E-Ray will weigh in at 4,056 pounds.
How a peculiar parasitic plant relies on a rare Japanese rabbit
Biologists in Japan recorded the endangered rabbits munching on the plant Balanophora yuwanensis, suggesting that the they might be important seed dispersers.