ISIS Executes At Least 30 People, Including Children, In Syria: Monitor
March 31 2015 7:31 AM EDT
The latest executions come after the extremist group released a video on Sunday, showing its militants beheading eight men.
Tampons Can Help Detect Sewage Pollution In Rivers: Study
March 31 2015 5:38 AM EDT
When tampons are suspended in water contaminated by sewage, they pick up chemicals, or optical brighteners that glow under UV light.
Russia’s Dual-Screen YotaPhone 2 To Go On Sale In China
March 31 2015 3:24 AM EDT
The YotaPhone 2 features a 4.7-inch rear display that comes with an electronic-ink screen.
US Backs Joint Arab Military Force
March 31 2015 2:17 AM EDT
The military force is expected to consist of up to 40,000 highly trained troops to counter security threats in the Middle East.
Saudi Arabia Could Launch Ground Troops In Yemen
March 30 2015 7:24 AM EDT
After pounding Houthi rebels in Yemen from the air, the Saudi Arabia-led coalition is expected to take the fight to the ground.
US, Ukraine To Conduct Observation Flight Over Russia
March 30 2015 5:34 AM EDT
A Boeing OC-135B American observation aircraft will conduct the operation sometime this week.
Obama Bigger 'Imminent Threat' Than Putin, Assad: Poll
March 30 2015 3:45 AM EDT
In a survey of nearly 3,000 Americans, Obama was viewed as being more dangerous to the U.S. than the leaders of Russia and Syria.
Agreement Reached On NY State Budget
March 30 2015 1:36 AM EDT
Along with education reforms, the budget agreement also includes stringent disclosure laws for legislators with external sources of income.
IPhone 7 Could Feature LCD Displays, Not OLED
March 27 2015 7:50 AM EDT
The deal with Japan Display suggests that Apple is not yet prepared to replace LCD technology with OLED for its smartphone lineup.
Colliding Galaxy Clusters May Hold Clues To Dark Matter
March 27 2015 6:02 AM EDT
A study of 72 large cluster collisions shows how dark matter in clusters of galaxies behave when the clusters collide.
Amazon Planning Its Largest Acquisition: Report
March 27 2015 3:25 AM EDT
Acquiring Net-a-Porter would mean a commitment to a segment that Amazon has been eyeing for long.
Yemen's Foreign Minister Wants Saudi Coalition Airstrikes To End Soon
March 27 2015 1:37 AM EDT
President Hadi had sought refuge in Aden after fleeing Sanaa, where he had been under house arrest for months.
Russia’s New Military Transport Plane Will Fly In 2017
March 26 2015 7:19 AM EDT
The plane, named Ilyushin Il-112, is designed to carry out missions in any geographic or weather conditions.
Apple Plans China iPhone Trade-In Program With Foxconn: Report
March 26 2015 5:42 AM EDT
Foxconn will repair the iPhones and sell them on its e-commerce sites such as eFeihu and FLNet and on Alibaba Group's Taobao online store.
NASA Outlines Plans For Asteroid Redirect Mission
March 26 2015 3:57 AM EDT
NASA said it will select an asteroid for the mission in 2019, about a year before launching the unmanned spacecraft.
Oil Prices Soar As Saudi Arabia Launches Airstrikes In Yemen
March 26 2015 1:44 AM EDT
Oil prices surged as traders worried about fighting in the oil-rich Middle East getting out of control.
Google’s Driverless Car Could Feature Air Bags On The Outside
March 25 2015 7:18 AM EDT
In the patent filing, Google explained a system for protecting a pedestrian during impact with a vehicle.
Oil Could Hit $100 A Barrel By End Of 2016: Pickens
March 25 2015 5:49 AM EDT
Oil prices have tumbled sharply partly due to weaker Asian and European demand and an increase in North American production.
Russia To Build Jordan’s First Nuclear Power Plant
March 25 2015 3:05 AM EDT
The deal requires Jordan to buy fuel from Rosatom for the reactors for 10 years.
Boko Haram Kidnapped Hundreds In Northern Nigeria: Report
March 25 2015 2:11 AM EDT
Troops from Niger and Chad recaptured Damasak earlier in March, ending months of control by the Islamist group.