Videographic on the new coronavirus. China locked down some 20 million people at the epicentre of a deadly virus outbreak on Thursday, but the World Health Organization said the disease did not yet constitute a global health emergency.
Astronomers from Villanova University recently published an article noting that Betelgeuse in the constellation Orion has been significantly dimmer in recent months, leading some to speculate it could go supernova.
Taipei has signed a U.S. arms deal for 66 F-16V fighters while upgrading older models to F-16V standard earlier in December, Taiwan's state run Central News Agency reports on Saturday.
Graphic explaining how interest rates work. With policy locked in easy-money mode, European Central Bank watchers will look Thursday for hints about its strategic review and an updated assessment of risks facing the eurozone economy.
Updated videographic on the European Central Bank. With policy locked in easy-money mode, European Central Bank watchers will look Thursday for hints about its strategic review and an updated assessment of risks facing the eurozone economy.
Videographic on the Rohingya. The UN's top court ordered Myanmar on Thursday to take "all measures within its power" to prevent alleged genocide against Rohingya Muslims.
Videographic showing how electric cars work. Tesla's market value hit $100 billion for the first time Wednesday, triggering a payout plan that could be worth billions for Elon Musk, founder and chief of the electric carmaker.
Videographic on hacking. Amazon chief Jeff Bezos's phone was likely infected by spyware hidden in a message from Saudi Crown Prince Mohammad bin Salman, according to an analysis released Wednesday, prompting calls for an official investigation.
How Airbnb is trying to protect its hosts?
Can entertainment be both mind-blowing and eco-friendly?
Short videographic on the coronavirus outbreak. A new virus that has killed many people, infected hundreds and reached the United States could mutate and spread, China warned Wednesday, as authorities urged people to steer clear of the city at the...
A retired commander has proposed using the U.S. Navy's Boeing Orca underwater drone offensively in future conflicts.
NBC News reports that civilian satellite imagery by Planet Labs has revealed an expansion to the March 16 factory in North Korea's Pyongsong.
Danish architectural firm Bjarke Ingels Group and New York-based landscape architecture firm James Corner Field Operations have unveiled plans for a mixed-use development on the waterfront in Brooklyn, New York.
Videographic on climate change. US President Donald Trump took aim on Tuesday at the "perennial prophets of doom" on the environment, telling the annual Davos forum that warnings of climate crisis were "foolish".
Videographic on meteorites and asteroids – the solar system’s earliest known celestial bodies. To accompany a story on the world's oldest intact meteorite crater moving on Tuesday.
Videographic examining the unique movement of a rugby ball through the air. Teams are preparing for the prestigious rugby union Six Nations tournament starting on Saturday February 1.
Doc knows the best way to treat a sick toddler is get them buzzed on illegal narcotics, or so said the medical thinking of the early 1900s.
Are you bored silly at work? Be thankful you're not on the other end of the employment spectrum, where dying on the job is always a possibility.
If your daily workout consists of walking from the couch to the refrigerator, scientists might have a new exercise option for you.
Videographic on the arms trade. First 2020 session of the Conference on Disarmament.
Videographic illustrating plastics production and pollution. China will ban plastic bags in major cities and single-use straws from restaurants by the end of this year in a bid to cut down on waste.
Videographic on single-use plastic pollution. China will ban plastic bags in major cities and single-use straws from restaurants by the end of this year in a bid to cut down on waste.
Short videographic on the SpaceX project. SpaceX successfully tested its emergency abort system on an unmanned spacecraft moments after launch, the last major test before it plans to send NASA astronauts to the International Space Station.
Mexico's National Institute of Anthropology and History have announced that two 500-year-old iron ship anchors have been discovered on Mexico's Gulf Coast.
As part of NASA's preparation for next year's Mars mission, the Mars 2020 rover took its first driving test at the Jet Propulsion Laboratory in California on December 17.
Donald Trump has now been officially impeached, making him the third U.S. president after Andrew Johnson and Bill Clinton to face removal from office.
A new study published in Nature Communications has found evidence that another event may have contributed to the extinction of the dinosaurs.
Easter Island's Moai[b] stone monoliths might have been created out of the belief they would make crops more fertile, according to new research by the University of California, Los Angeles.
British company StandardToilet has unveiled a new design in which the toilet is tilted downwards at a 13 degree angle in a bid to reduce the amount of time spent in the bathroom.
Australia is suffering one of its worst bushfire seasons in history
Videographic on the different tennis court surfaces and how they affect play. World number one Rafael Nadal will take on Bolivian Hugo Dellien in the Australian Open first round next week while Serena Williams faces Anastasia Potapova in her quest...
NASA has selected a target site for the spacecraft OSIRIS[c]-REx[d] to gather samples on the asteroid Bennu, according to the mission's principal investigator Dante Lauretta.
Facebook is able to gather data about user shopping habits, both online and offline, in order to serve targeted ads on its platform, according to a new report by Business Insider.
Researchers say that the visual world humans perceive is produced by parts of the brain lying outside of the visual cortex, according to a new study published in Current Biology.
Space researchers have proposed building a network of radio antennas on the far side of the moon, according to a NASA funded report.
A new study from the Scripps Institution of Oceanography at the University of California San Diego suggests that the ocean could potentially contain a million times more microplastic particles than previously thought.
Videographic on Taal volcano. The volcano in the Philippines could spew lava and ash for weeks, authorities warned Tuesday, leaving tens of thousands in limbo after they fled their homes fearing a massive eruption.
Videographic on impeachment. The House of Representatives is expected to transmit articles of impeachment against Donald Trump to the Senate Wednesday, setting the stage for a trial next week that will decide whether the 45th US president is force...
Videographic on air pollution. Bushfire smoke disrupted the Australian Open build-up Wednesday for a second straight day to deepen concerns about the fate of the year's first tennis Grand Slam
Two new studies have called into question the size of the "impossibly big" black hole named LB-1, according to papers published independently to the arXiv database.
New research from Tel Aviv University has found that plants make noise when stressed.For the study, scientists focused on tomato and tobacco plants. They placed plants into three groups.