Justin Scuiletti is the digital video producer at PBS NewsHour.
Yemen president Abed Rabbo Mansour Hadi, a U.S. ally against his country's al-Qaida group, submitted his resignation to parliament on Thursday.
New England Patriots head coach Bill Belichick denied any knowledge concerning the use of underinflated footballs during the team's blowout victory against the Indianapolis Colts Sunday. Belichick, addressing the media Thursday morning about the controversy, said he didn't learn about…
Exclusive: WinSun builds world’s first #3Dprinting villa and tallest 3D printed apartmenthttp://t.co/2km9k62NCx pic.twitter.com/J6oJK9qYO3 — 3D Printing & 3Ders (@3dersorg) January 18, 2015 A Chinese company has set another world first…
According to a new study, schools that put recess before lunch saw a 54 percent increase of fruit and vegetable consumption in children.
The Eiffel Tower went dark Thursday night in a tribute to those killed Wednesday in an attack on satirical newspaper Charlie Hebdo.
It turns out, like us, stars slow down in their old age. That observation is the key to a new method astronomers are using to accurately tell the age of cool stars — stars that match the size of, or…
The secret to giving humanity a longer life and protection from age-related illnesses could be hidden within the genome of the longest living mammal.
Humans aren't the only species that tend to belt out a drunk song or two after consuming alcohol -- songbirds will get in on the act as well. But first, scientists had to get them drunk.
Monday marked one year since the arrests of three Al Jazeera journalists in Cairo.
Moviegoers hoping to catch a screening of “Team America: World Police” in lieu of the canceled “The Interview” are out of luck. Paramount, the studio that owns distribution rights to the 2004 satirical film by “South Park” creators…
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