The story of a mysterious Florida musician, fake identities and the record-breaking sale of a rare album that might not actually exist.
The makers of the We-Vibe, a line of vibrators that can be paired with an app for remote-controlled use, have reached a $3.75 million class action settlement with users following allegations that the company was collecting data on when and how the sex toy was used.
A new study published Monday in Nature Plants breaks down the environmental cost of producing a loaf of bread, from wheat field to bakery.
New research suggests people cause as many as 84 percent of all wildfires. And humans are these starting fires where and when nature normally doesn't — at times when forests are often too wet to burn easily or at places and times when lightning isn't common.
Do you look like a Joy? Genes and culture may make it more likely that names and faces align. But researchers say people also may adjust their expressions to match social expectations of their name.
A medicine long used to help people addicted to opioids quit their drug habit can help alcoholics and other heavy drinkers cut back, too.
The private spaceflight company launched its Falcon 9 rocket on Sunday only to have the rocket's cargo capsule encounter an error in its navigation system on Wednesday during a docking attempt.
A new school in Maine, called the Adulting School, is dedicated to teaching skills like these to fledgling adults so they can become successful grown-ups.
The Senate voted 100-0 on Monday to confirm President Trump's nominee to lead the Department of Veterans Affairs, Dr. David Shulkin.
Adele dominated the Grammys, sweeping Album, Song and Record of the Year for "25" and hit single "Hello." Here's a full list of the other winners.
Killer Mike, El-P, and a room full of public radio rapheads. What a beautiful combination.
For years, the satellites of America's Global Positioning System have been carrying sensors that measure the weather in space. On Monday the government released 16 years of that space weather data to the public for the first time.
President Trump is now filing the documents needed to remove his name as top executive at his companies, finally making good on a promise to leave management.
In the 1950s and '60s, payola scandals led to Congressional investigations. Though today's tactics are more nuanced than handing a DJ a briefcase full of money, pay for play is still alive and well.
Stanford student Joshua Browder's bot has, so far, helped drivers overturn more than 200,000 parking tickets in London, New York and Seattle.
Killer whales are one of only three species known to have menopause. Researchers are looking at the conflict and cooperation between older and younger female whales to understand why.
As the inauguration of Donald Trump approaches, the Senate begins to interrogate the president-elect's nominations.
"It's going to be hard to get people back on track, but it's the women that will do it. It's the women that will stand up and say enough is enough."
In much of the US, demand for licensed infant care outstrips supply. Parents face lengthy waitlists, hefty waitlist fees and few good options when returning to work after the birth of a baby.
After years of negotiation with wildlife conservation groups, China's government has now set a timetable to end its legal ivory trade — March 2017.