You can see them everywhere. On the side of the road. Under what appears to be a bus shelter, a jaunty “I (heart) Tacloban” sign hanging overhead. Lined up on sidewalks.
Suddenly, Patrick Caruso’s days as a Marine were done. Like many young men and women who’ve served their country, Caruso’s first weeks back in the civilian world felt “kind of like a shell shock.”
For the first time, the U.S. Senate approved legislation that would protect gay, lesbian and transgender employees from discrimination in the workplace. The Employment Nondiscrimination Act, or ENDA, passed the Democratic-led chamber on Thursday, 64 to 32.
Google has finally broken its silence on the mysterious structure atop a barge floating in the San Francisco Bay.
A new submersible robot — sort of an underwater drone — could open up undersea exploration.
Comic book fans meet Ms. Marvel, Marvel Comic’s first Muslim-American superhero.
Life scientists from UCLA's College of Letters and Science have discovered fundamental rules of leaf design that underlie plants' ability to produce leaves that vary enormously in size.
Every Halloween, I get the same questions from parents: “Should I let my kids have candy?” “How much candy is safe?”
The Los Altos Historical Commission voted unanimously Monday night to designate Steve Job's childhood home a “historic resource,” meaning any future renovations to the property will need to be reviewed by the city.
As Chris Brown checks into rehab to “gain insight” into his behavior, another celebrity who’s pushed past a bad reputation is rooting for him.
Nearly a half-million people are expected to descend on Santa Monica Boulevard Thursday night for the West Hollywood Halloween Costume Carnaval, whose theme is Noir Night.
Plastic litter is one of the most significant problems facing the world's marine environments. Yet in the absence of a coordinated global strategy, an estimated 20 million tons of plastic litter enter the ocean each year.
The Navy’s newest warship slipped out of dry dock this week into the waters of Maine, marking a new era for war fighting at sea.
A state lawmaker in Nevada who came under fire after a YouTube video surfaced in which he told a Republican gathering he would vote to allow slavery if that’s what his constituents wanted him to do, says his remarks were ...
Can mounting radar sensors or cameras on cars help prevent some traffic jams? New research suggests so.