BY: KRISTY DOUGLAS - JUN 20, 2017
Johns Hopkins researchers slow cancer growth with drugs
Approximately 90% of cancer deaths occur only after metastasis, according to Jayatilaka, who said that she and her colleagues first made a breakthrough when they discovered two proteins.
BY: IAN MARSH - JUN 20, 2017
Two-headed porpoise caught in North Sea
Kompaje observed in his study that scientists lack a complete understanding of what causes conjoined twins.
BY: JAMES CARLIN - JUN 20, 2017
Senate bill will punish Russia with new sanctions
The Senate will vote this week on a bill that would slap Russia with expanded sanctions in response to several Kremlin-orchestrated actions, including interference in the 2016 elections, and Sen.
BY: TYLER HENDERSON - JUN 20, 2017
F-35 jets grounded over oxygen-deprivation issues
This marks just the latest in a wide range of technical mishaps that have bedeviled the F-35's developers.
BY: JAMES SMITH - JUN 20, 2017
China achieves 'spooky' quantum entanglement in space
The satellite, named Micius after an ancient Chinese philosopher, successfully transmitted entangled photons between three widely separated land-based stations.
BY: SARAH WEBB - JUN 20, 2017
Attorney General Jeff Sessions to testify in open hearing Tuesday
Committee members also want to understand Sessions' role in firing Comey in light of his recusal from the Russia investigation after his meetings with Kislyak were revealed.
BY: PAUL PATE - JUN 20, 2017
Humpback whale herds swim in NYC waters for the first time in a hundred years
Most Americans don't think of whale-watching as an activity one can do in New York City, but conservationists say that may start to change.
BY: KARA MENARD - JUN 20, 2017
U.S. ally responsible for mass torture and disappearances in Yemen
Other detainees may have worked for Al Qaeda in some capacity. But they did so only because it was the de facto government in their community or region.
U.S.-backed forces advance on ISIS capital Raqqa
BY: JOSH CURLEE JUN 11, 2017
U.S.-backed forces advance on ISIS capital Raqqa
The Philippines and other southeast Asian nations have contended in the last few months with violence by ISIS-linked groups.
French president invites American climate scientists to take refuge in France
BY: LILA ALEXANDER JUN 11, 2017
French president invites American climate scientists to take refuge in France
Macron went on to openly invite the U.S. researchers to come to France and work with like-minded French colleagues on creating long-term solutions to climate change.
"Urban heat islands" endanger city life and the Earth's climate, says study
BY: LEON CLARKE JUN 11, 2017
The world's cities aren't just hotspots of population growth and commercial activity.
Supreme Court to rule on states' voter purges
BY: MARK SCHWARTZ JUN 11, 2017
Supreme Court to rule on states' voter purges
Ohio's policy of deleting voter registrations of inactive voters will be the subject of an upcoming Supreme Court case, the justices announced Tuesday.
Great Barrier Reef succumbing to climate change more quickly than expected
BY: JOSH CURLEE JUN 11, 2017
Great Barrier Reef succumbing to climate change more quickly than expected
The world's largest living structure shrank dramatically in the last two years and will continue to do so in the face of warming sea temperatures.
NASA to chase down an asteroid worth more than all the money on Earth
BY: JAMES CARLIN JUN 11, 2017
NASA to chase down an asteroid worth more than all the money on Earth
For comparison, the grant total value of all of the currency on Earth is only around $60 trillion.
Chris Cornell did not want to die, says wife
BY: DIRK TRUDEAU JUN 11, 2017
Chris Cornell did not want to die, says wife
But his widow, Vicky Cornell, said the 52-year-old musician gave no indication that he wanted to die.
Bono bans Donald Trump from concerts
BY: JOSH CURLEE JUN 11, 2017
Bono bans Donald Trump from concerts
Superstar Bono has banned United States President Donald Trump from attending U2's current tour in the country.
New research says that women fancy men who look like their brother
BY: CLIFF MOONEYHAM JUN 11, 2017
New research says that women fancy men who look like their brother
Participants chose the picture of the partner as the one that was most similar to the brother 27 percent of the time, which is only s bit higher than random chance.
Survival capsule designed to withstand tsunamis and earthquakes gets first buyer
BY: CARMELO SHEPPARD JUN 11, 2017
Survival capsule designed to withstand tsunamis and earthquakes gets first buyer
She has been experimenting with the quickest way to get into the capsule for an experience she admits she's not keen to take.
Amazon's touchscreen Alexa could launch this week
BY: ADAM WIDMER JUN 11, 2017
Amazon's touchscreen Alexa could launch this week
Reports claim that Amazon could launch its latest touchscreen Acho Smart assistant on Tuesday.
The UN warns US will lose jobs if it quits Paris Climate deal
BY: ADAM WIDMER JUN 11, 2017
The UN warns US will lose jobs if it quits Paris Climate deal
The United Nations Environment chief Eric Solheim warned on Thursday that the U.S would shoot itself in the foot if it quits the Paris climate accord.
North Korea vows to continue missile program
BY: AARON SIMS JUN 11, 2017
North Korea vows to continue missile program
North Korea said on Monday that it plans to continue its nuclear tests.
Celtics Thomas to have tooth professionally reinserted
BY: TRACY WILLIAMS JUN 11, 2017
Celtics Thomas to have tooth professionally reinserted
Boston Celtics guard, Isaiah Thomas, will look to get his lost tooth professionally reinserted.
Simulation done to see the response to nuclear attack
BY: JAMES SMITH JUN 11, 2017
Simulation done to see the response to nuclear attack
US Scientists are conducting a massive computer simulation to work out how the city of New York would respond to a nuclear attack in the heart of Manhattan.
Unsealed documents highlight Prince's struggle with opioid addiction
BY: IAN MARSH JUN 11, 2017
Unsealed documents highlight Prince's struggle with opioid addiction
Prince was 57 when he was discovered alone and unresponsive in an elevator at Paisley Park on April 21.