Archaeologists excavating an ancient Etruscan temple in Italy unearthed a 2,500-year-old stone slab marked with obscure writing that scholars believe may be a long lost Etruscan religious text.
On Thursday, a broad coalition of groups sued the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) for approving the first-ever genetically engineered food, an Atlantic salmon engineered to grow quickly.
The U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) is taking over an investigation into how fentanyl ended up in street drugs in the Sacramento area of California after a seventh person died from an overdose.
Vocal notice was given to Exxon Mobil and other fossil fuel companies on Tuesday that they will be held accountable for fraud and suppressing key evidence of global warming.
The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) jumped into the flames of abortion politics on Wednesday, relaxing the requirements for taking Mifeprex, a medication used to induce abortion.
The idea of using giant airships to deliver workers and supplies to Alberta’s oilsands and northern Canada’s mining industries is a step closer to reality today.
The common cat parasite, Toxoplasma gondii has already been linked to an increased risk of suicide and schizophrenia, as well as being a possible answer to fighting certain cancers. But a new study might help explain “road rage.”
Patterns of warmer than normal and cooler than normal ocean temperatures can allow researchers to predict heat waves up to 50 days in advance. Previously, 10 day forecasts were about the best we could hope for with any accuracy.
Contrary to popular belief, malaria has been around a lot longer than previously believed. Analysis of a biting midge preserved in amber revealed that malaria evolved at least 100 million years ago.