See inside Glen Canyon Dam as Lake Powell levels drop
The hydropower plant that powers about a quarter of a million homes is run by a team of mechanics, electricians and more.
How Apple wants to kill those annoying CAPTCHA tests
It's a fascinating solution to the annoyance of clicking on images to prove you are not a bot.
This is the largest freshwater fish ever caught
Accidentally hooked by a Cambodian fisherman, the incredible 661-pound catch was weighed, tagged, and released.
A next-gen tank will be revealed in October. Here’s what we know about it so far.
The Abrams has been in use for decades, and its successor could have some high-tech changes.
Do animals feel pain? Science author Ed Yong says that’s the wrong question.
It's not whether they feel, but how they feel, according to the Pulitzer Prize winner's new book.
Will baseball ever replace umpires with robots?
The sport has long experimented with robotic umpires to take the guesswork out of calls.
Where to find, edit, and remove everything your browser knows about you
Stop your browser from autofilling your old address.
MIT engineers have created tiny robot lightning bugs
Watch these glowing micro machines take flight.
Why are there so many cryptocurrency scams?
Scams are not a new phenomenon, but cryptocurrencies are epitomizing the leading edge of these cybercrime opportunities.
Transportation makes up a fifth of all food system carbon emissions
The case for eating local just got a lot more compelling.