Republicans, Democrats are equally engaged with science news, but one group is less pleased with what they read, see or hear.
By Tuesday evening, 149 people had died from the earthquake, which came 11 days after another major earthquake.
The rally was a demonstration of enthusiasm and political clout. But organizers now hope to turn a march into a movement.
By Michael Boulter
Could FaceID on Apple's iPhone X pose a conflict of self-incrimination? Legal experts weigh in.
After 20 years and 5 billion miles traveled, NASA’s Cassini spacecraft will plummet Friday into Saturn, but you can keep the mission alive with these NewsHour-crafted backgrounds for your computers and smartphones.
By PBS NewsHour
Some 800 million miles away, NASA’s Cassini spacecraft has orbited Saturn and captured images of its rings and icy moons. After nearly 5 billion miles traveled and 20 years of sending revealing data from the gas giant, Cassini is winding…
By Fedor Kossakovski
The death of NASA's Cassini spacecraft is a matter of life or… well…life.
By PBS NewsHour
Lyme disease has become part of daily life for residents on the rural Massachusetts islands of Nantucket and Martha’s Vineyard, where the tick population has exploded. Now a scientist at MIT is turning to a different culprit -- infected white-footed…
Using math and painstaking experiments, a group from the UK modeled how the sounds from the nuanced mouth clicks of human echolocators travel around a room.
The earthquake also sparked a series of relatively small tsunamis that hit the Chiapas coastline.
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