Last week the California congressman sued Twitter and some of its users—and that's barely the craziest thing that happened.
Plus: Tesla sues Zoox over trade secrets, riding with Peloton's truck train, and more.
During development, cells seem to use statistics to figure out what identities they should take on.
Scientist Juan Carlos Izpisua Belmonte wants to use gene editing to create human-animal hybrids that we can harvest for parts. What could go wrong?
When you need a moment of zen, reach for these items to turn the break room, or anywhere you can find some free space, into an escape pod.
It's safe to say most of us don't use plates, though. (iStock) Could you eat more than three pounds of bacon, 14 tacos, or six large orders of french fries in one sitting? These are just some of the massive snacks Americans claim to have eaten when drunk. New research into the snacking choices of…
U.S. Rep Ilhan Omar, D-Minn., speaks to support LGBTQ and allied high school students from across the state of Minnesota outside the State Capitol in St. Paul, March 21, 2019. (Associated Press) U.S. Rep. Ilhan Omar faced hundreds of protesters Saturday outside a Southern California fundraising event for the local chapter of a major advocacy…
Fernando Acosta, 25, was arrested Friday, charged in connection with the stabbing death of a female passenger after a car crash, authorities say. ( Maricopa County Sheriff's Office) An Arizona man was charged with murder after police say he veered off a busy highway and fatally stabbed his female passenger. Fernando Acosta, 25, was arrested Friday…
After nearly two years of investigating, no one has been charged with anything relating to Russian collusion; reaction from Republican member of the House Judiciary Committee Rep. Matt Gaetz, Fox News contributors Dan Bongino and Sara Carter and Dr. Sebastian…
NEW YORK -- Breaking news: Donald J. Trump won the presidency, fair and square. He does not occupy the Oval Office due to an elaborate plot involving the KGB, the Kremlin, Russian Federation President Vladimir Putin, or the ghosts of Ethel and Julius Rosenberg. Instead, he won the old-fashioned way: He followed the rules and…
A top Senate Democrat on the Judiciary Committee conceded in a conference call with reporters Saturday that when the special counsel's principal findings are released by Attorney General William Barr, there may well be cause for celebration among President Trump's supporters -- many of whom have stood by the president for more than two years amid a torrent of…
‘MediaBuzz’ host Howard Kurtz says the media coverage surrounding the Mueller investigation has been ‘over-hyped.’
‘Fox News Sunday’ anchor Chris Wallace says he believes House Democrats will continue to investigate President Trump if the Mueller report shows no evidence of wrong doing.
Former FBI assistant director Mark Morgan weighs in on Special Counsel Robert Mueller’s decision to not issue any more indictments in the Trump-Russia collusion investigation.
Bradley Moss, Mark Morgan and John Yoo weigh in on whether or not Special Counsel Robert Mueller will issue more indictments in the Trump-Russia probe.
From nebulae to Andromeda to candy-colored Titan, space is full of spring hues.
Jared and Ivanka used WhatsApp against the rules, and more security news this week.
To go with smarter safety tech, Volvo is upping its driver-monitoring efforts and putting speed limits on all its cars.
We tried more than two dozen mattress-in-a-box beds. Only one put us to sleep.
As the Internet falls for presidential hopeful Pete Buttigieg's millennial POV, first it has to learn how to say his name.