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No one knows if lethal injection really is more humane than other execution methods. And they can't really find out.
Her skin is perpetually on fire. He can't even feel a bone break. Together they might hold the key to ending America's opioid epidemic.
You can use Legos, pennies, beans---whatever, really---and a six-sided die to model radioactivity. Why? Because physics is fun.
Though he's not helping matters.
Long-distance running rewards effort and willpower. It also rewards steadiness and rhythm.
De Blasio’s administration is testing a targeted approach to hit rats where it hurts: right in the ovaries.
Saturn's moon is just bursting with surprises.
Now that we have a grasp on what might make a volcano dangerous, how might you rank how dangerous each volcano is?
A scientist goes on a search for old soil, and his research reveals a promising result: Humans can slow climate change simply by feeding people.
According to new research, the state had a 1 percent chance getting enough rain in just two years to end its epic drought.
In this scene from Thor: Ragnarok, Thor and The Hulk wage an epic fight in an arena. Let's look at the physics.
It seems like a family-friendly policy, but actually it's not.
The Vinobot rover teams up with an eye in the sky to keep tabs on corn so that one day humanity will still even have corn.
People love to think about how dangerous volcanoes are, but really, what makes a volcano the "most dangerous" on Earth?
It's called Ghost Mode.
Arbitration agreements prevent lawsuits---but exacerbate the cultural problems endemic to startups.
If you're looking to buy a laptop, we're here to make your decision easier.
Microsoft's patching Windows XP, an anonymous tech company fought back against PRISM, and more of the week's most important security news.
A rare meat allergy used to be limited to places the lone star tick calls home. But recently it's started to spread.
Be dazzled by a pair of dancing brown dwarf stars, an eerie shot of Titan, and the Earth's origins written in the sky.