For complex psychological reasons we had a hard time summarizing, most women don’t respond well to the color pink as it is used in breast cancer awareness campaigns.
Virginia Tech is currently in lockdown mode as authorities search for a gunman who was reported on campus.
Scientists have recently discovered heat-detecting molecules on the noses of vampire bats, which help them to locate the prime place to bite on their victims.
A new paper theorizes that the Earth may have once had two moons, with one smashing into our current moon.
If you suspect your Internet connection speed is actually terrible, you might be right.
It might be a publicity stunt, but it’s a cool one: filmmakers in Wales made the largest stop-motion film ever created, and used a smartphone to do it.
A new study has found that only people with a decent income can actually afford to eat healthily, which means poor people might face obesity in greater numbers.
According to researchers, there were 50,000 new cases of AIDS last year, a rate that has stayed mostly steady since 2000.
The National Insurance Crime Bureau has released its findings on the most stolen vehicles last year.
The reports of famine in the Horn of Africa are devastating, but only the individuals facing it daily understand its harsh reality. These stunning and heartbreaking photos give a glimpse into the families impacted by the famine.
McAffee security experts recently uncovered one of the biggest cyber attacks in history: an extensive hacking job that targeted 72 organizations, including the United Nations, multiple governments and the International Olympic Committee.
Scientists have discovered that the African crested rat has developed a way to fight off predators: It chews a poisonous bark and smears the mixture on its fur, warning any potential predators that they will be poisoned if they attack the rat.
Apparently, the United States Air Force had, until recently, a religious component to their nuclear missile training referred to as Jesus loves nukes.
If you ever want to completely freak out the film buff friend in your life, buy a package of these Soylent Green crackers, based off the classic 1973 film Soylent Green that starred Charlton Heston.
In a distinct role reversal, China has been forced to import millions of U.S.-made chopsticks due to an acute chopstick shortage.