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13 November 2015, 04:49 PM ET
Ten women in the United States will soon be chosen to undergo the nation's first uterus transplants. The procedure is still highly experimental, and there are unknown risks.
13 November 2015, 03:36 PM ET
A massive portion of the old Bay Bridge is set to be demolished on Saturday, but the whole endeavor is unlikely to be very dramatic, experts say.
13 November 2015, 12:53 PM ET
Enjoy this inauspicious Friday, because you won't see another one like it until 2026.
13 November 2015, 12:46 PM ET
Can't get enough of Friday the 13th? Here's a collection of stories and countdowns about the superstitious day.
13 November 2015, 11:57 AM ET
Male bumblebees are good for more than just sex. Turns out, they've got smarts as well and get flying colors on flower tests just like females.
13 November 2015, 11:10 AM ET
USDA recommendations for salt labeling on food packaging.
13 November 2015, 11:04 AM ET
Armadillos that carry the bacteria that cause leprosy now live over a much larger range of the South than they did just a few years ago, a new study suggests.
13 November 2015, 11:04 AM ET
Armadillos that carry the bacteria that cause leprosy now live over a much larger range of the South than they did just a few years ago, a new study suggests.
13 November 2015, 09:16 AM ET
Images reveal Egypt's Great Pyramid of Khufu and recent scanning research that archaeologists have undertaken there. Their findings suggest the presence of a possible tomb hidden in the pyramid.
13 November 2015, 08:26 AM ET
Speculation swirls anew that within Egypt's Great Pyramid of Khufu there lies a hidden tomb, possibly holding the pharaoh himself, sealed there for thousands of years.
13 November 2015, 08:13 AM ET
Giant, lizardlike beasts with teeth strong enough to puncture clamshells and equipped with short limbs and a long, paddle-shaped tail populated waterways some 200 million years ago. And now, two new species of these thalattosaurs have been added to the ra
13 November 2015, 08:11 AM ET
Advanced physics is a lot more fun than you might think.
13 November 2015, 08:09 AM ET
The winning images from this year's contest don't disappoint.
13 November 2015, 08:06 AM ET
Supervolcanoes, such as the one dormant under Yellowstone National Park, may erupt when cracks form in the roofs of the chambers holding their molten rock, according to a new study.
13 November 2015, 01:24 AM ET
The autism rate in the U.S. has now reached 1 in 45 children, according to a new government estimate.
12 November 2015, 11:18 PM ET
Boa constrictors are non-venomous snakes famous for their method of subduing prey. They rank among the longest snakes in the world.
12 November 2015, 05:50 PM ET
The famous Columbian mammoth — an 11-ton creature known for traversing North America during the last ice age — might actually be the same species as the Asian steppe mammoth, a new study finds.
12 November 2015, 03:22 PM ET
In several small villages in the northwest of Spain, no one knew what made the water in their fountains turn a blood-like red.
12 November 2015, 02:51 PM ET
The genetics of an Incan child who was sacrificed about 500 years ago reveals details of the Native American expansion into the Americas.
12 November 2015, 02:44 PM ET
People who get enough sleep are more likely to hit other heart health targets, too.
12 November 2015, 02:15 PM ET
Compared to other emergency responders, firefighters are more at risk for heart disease.
12 November 2015, 02:03 PM ET
A new study delivers the first evidence that water in ancient dust grains collected at the heart of an infant Earth during its formative years.
12 November 2015, 01:02 PM ET
For at least the past 50 years, about half of all Earth’s carbon dioxide emissions - human and natural - have been absorbed by the land and oceans. Scientists are trying to understand how much more CO2 this global carbon sink can take.
12 November 2015, 12:53 PM ET
Scientists are studying the heat trapping behavior of CO2 released by land-clearing and accidental forest fires vs. factories in large urban centers. The data producing this simulation were taken during a 5-day period in June 2006.
12 November 2015, 12:40 PM ET
NASA Orbiting Carbon Observatory 2, launched in July 2014, measures global atmospheric carbon dioxide. Data from May to August 2015 were compiled to create this visualization.
12 November 2015, 12:36 PM ET
Plant growth and decay on land and ocean over a 12-moth cycle can be seen in this ‘average year’ data set, compiled from many science imaging satellites
12 November 2015, 11:58 AM ET
Night-vision windshields on cars might one day be possible with advanced thermal imaging technology based on flexible, transparent, atomically thin sheets of carbon, researchers say.
12 November 2015, 08:57 AM ET
A cultural shift in happiness trends sees teens cheerier than ever while adults over 30 watch their happiness decline. The results may illuminate why the death rate is rising for middle-age Americans, even as it falls for other age groups
12 November 2015, 06:50 AM ET
Archaeologists have uncovered a 500-year-old church that may be the oldest known European Christian church in the tropics.
12 November 2015, 12:01 AM ET
Nearly 38 percent of U.S. adults are obese, according to the latest obesity numbers from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
11 November 2015, 09:59 PM ET
A low-carb diet focuses on cutting carbohydrates from a person’s diet. While it can help some lose weight, it can also deprive the body of needed nutrients if taken to extremes.
11 November 2015, 09:35 PM ET
Water snakes are non-venomous snakes found in North America. They are sometimes misidentified as water moccasins, which are venomous.