SCIENCE

Israeli missile strikes put Damascus airport out of service

BEIRUT -- Israel’s military fired missiles toward the international airport of Syria's capital early Monday, putting it out of service and killing… Read more

Will US Patriot missiles really be a game changer in Ukraine?

If the United States approves the transfer of Patriot air defense missiles to Ukraine will they really be the game changer that Ukrainian officials… Read more

US scientists set to announce fusion energy breakthrough

WASHINGTON -- Energy Secretary Jennifer Granholm was set to announce a “major scientific breakthrough” Tuesday in the decades-long quest to harness… Read more

New B-21 stealth bomber is unveiled: What did we see?

The big reveal for the new B-21 Raider stealth bomber finally took place Friday night in a glitzy unveiling worthy of a Hollywood production as the… Read more

Spending time around ‘blue spaces’ may result in better mental health in adulthood

Spending time around natural parks and wooded areas have proven to be beneficial for mental health in adulthood. Studies have shown that being surrounded… Read more

North Korea's Kim touts new large greenhouse farm built on ex-missile test site

SOUL: North Korean leader Kim Jong Un has attended the opening ceremony of a new massive greenhouse farm built on a former air base where the country… Read more

In Elon Musk vs Twitter, He Cites Company's Battle With Indian Government

Tesla CEO Elon Musk, who is locked in a court battle with Twitter over a failed acquisition bid that Twitter now intends to force through, said that… Read more

Russia’s Chernobyl seizure seen as nuclear risk ‘nightmare’

CHERNOBYL, Ukraine — Here in the dirt of one of the world’s most radioactive places, Russian soldiers dug trenches. Ukrainian officials worry they… Read more

Tonga eruption blasted enough water to fill 58,000 Olympic pools into the Earth's atmosphere, NASA says

One of the most powerful volcanic eruptions on the planet blasted such a massive amount of water vapor high into the atmosphere that it's likely… Read more