High-end coffee is suddenly seeping into fast-food restaurants faster than you can ask for fries with that. So what's the difference?
Ideas to control everything from fog to tornadoes and even global warming are on the table. Some have been tried, with mixed results.
2005 HURRICANE GUIDE: With another busy season set to start June 1, LiveScience looks at last year's onslaught and why 2005 could be another wild year.
The seven-story freak wave that slammed into the cruise ship Norwegian Dawn last month was not so freakish after all.
Scientists have looked at clouds from both sides now and found more bad news about air pollution and global warming.
A team of paleontologists has found a missing link between the crocodile family and its small and graceful landlubber ancestors.
Germs go both ways, helping our health at times and killing us at others. A new study suggests they might give the gift of a long life, at least to fruit flies.
Today's endangered species lists hide thousands of plants and animals that will also become extinct if their host species disappear, new research shows.
A team of scientists has mapped the key genes in a group of trees that includes poplars and aspens, a result that could enable scientific rescues of all kinds of trees from drought and pests.