RENO, Nevada: Three decades ago, a University of Nevada researcher who secured one of the first Energy Department grants to study the potential to turn plants into biofuels became convinced that a wee
It was nothing new — it rained heavily in Jeddah and the city was once again flooded. It was the same old story — the city has a poor drainage system and is unable to cope with heavy rainfall.
One of the best things about exercise is that a little can go a long way in getting us in shape, lifting our moods, fending off disease and prolonging our lives — if we simply make the time to do it r
Leading encrypted apps recommended by the Daesh group for secure messaging said recently they were making modest moves to stop extremists using their technology in the wake of the bloody attacks in Pa
Austrian student Max Schrems’s attempt to bring a class-action lawsuit against Facebook over its privacy policies will head to Austria’s Supreme Court to determine whether such collective legal action
SAN FRANCISCO: Daesh sympathizers using social media to spread propaganda and recruit fighters are now drawing an increasing amount of return fire from activists who have been knocking some sites offl
NEW YORK: Unpack those suitcases. According to a new study, the most Earth-like planet on our radar has one decidedly un-Earth-like feature: It’s super radioactive.
NEW YORK: A New York hospital says a volunteer firefighter has received the most extensive face transplant ever performed. The Mississippi man was badly burned in a fire 14 years ago.
When he’s having a hard time coping, the 23-year-old Maryland man can get extra support with a few quick taps on his smartphone.
It was a Friday night, Parisians were have a good time, going out, enjoying an exhibition game between their home team and Germany when reports started to pour in about different explosions shocking t
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