By Renata Brito, Associated Press
How good are you at being random? Your unpredictability can aid in a worldwide Bell Test experiment Wednesday to test the laws of quantum mechanics.
By Justin Scuiletti
We look at the budget compromise to end the fiscal fight in Congress.
Fourth graders build a basic circuit. Fifth graders learn force to throw a rubber cat.
As NASA's space shuttle program comes to an end after decades of service, private companies are looking to fill the void. Judy Woodruff looks at the future of space exploration with science correspondent Miles O'Brien.
Ray Suarez speaks with Wellesley College professor Susan Reverby about her discovery of how U.S. scientists did secret syphilis experiments on Guatemalans decades ago.
A NASA spacecraft crashed into the Moon on Friday morning, on purpose, in a bid to discover ice hidden below the lunar surface.
Editor’s Note: Dan Ariely, a noted behavioral economist at Duke University and author of Predictably Irrational, is different from many of his economist colleagues. Ariely studies irrationality in economic behavior — despite the fact that economics is largely…
The Fed's dramatic interest rate cut is an attempt to increase borrowing and spending. While the government tries to tamp down fears that are lowering consumer confidence, Paul Solman examines what it takes to report the economic indicator.
For the past several years, classical music composers have gathered to share their more eclectic scores at the "Bang on a Can" festival in North Adams, Mass. Jeffrey Brown explores the origins of the event.
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