Snow this afternoon through early tomorrow morning, accumulating 3-6 inches, then changing to ice and continuing into tomorrow afternoon; roads and sidewalks will be slippery
Gravitational waves, the cosmic ripples that distort space-time itself, have been directly detected for the first time.
There is no "snow job" in the climate data, according to an evaluation of the Michaels op-ed by 10 scientists, all experts in the field.
Thousands of dead seabirds have washed up on Alaskan shores over the past nine months. While a dead bird washing ashore is a fairly common occurrence, large numbers are leaving scientists concerned and confused.
Researchers found that when people in the study did certain cognitive tasks, the ways that the brain utilizes its resources to complete those tasks changed with the seasons.
A strange and sudden buckling of the earth in Michigan five years ago is now being explained as a limestone bulge, researchers reported today (Feb. 9).
A rift almost as deep as the Grand Canyon but much longer may be hidden beneath the Antarctic Ice Sheet.
Octopuses are well-known masters of camouflage and skillful escape artists, but they aren't exactly famous for their social skills.