NASA's Kepler mission isn't over after all
More than a year after NASA declared the Kepler spacecraft broken beyond repair, scientists have figured out how to continue getting useful data.
Pregnancy also changes dads' hormones
A study from University of Michigan researchers found that expectant fathers see a decrease in testosterone as the baby's birth draws near.
Study links pollution to increased autism risk
Harvard researchers found children whose mothers were exposed to high pollution levels in the third trimester were twice as likely to develop autism.
JHU team competes in Star Trek-inspired contest
From sci-fi to real-life: It's the aim of a $10 million international contest inspired by the television series Star Trek.…
Don't Get Scammed Giving to Charities
Americans gave more than $300 billion to charity last year. This time around, The List 's Brien McElhatten uncovered the ways scammers…
Potentially dangerous Christmas decorations ID'd
An environmental advocacy group is calling on several major retailers to evaluate potential hazards in holiday decorations after a study…
Cuban travel and cigars: When will it happen?
Re-establishing the long broken diplomatic relations with Cuba could mean the end of economic and travel restrictions. President Obama…
The catch with Free Shipping Day Thursday
John Matarese has the good news and bad news about Free Shipping Day.
Elizabeth Moss gives sweet speech for Jon Hamm
Elizabeth Moss gave a touching speech for 'Mad Men' co-star Jon Hamm during the 2014 People Magazine Awards.
Thanks For Watching: 'Knight of Cups' trailer
In our weekly review of what's worth watching, we talk about the trailer for Terrence Malick's new movie.
'Serial' could increase podcast popularity
The "Serial" finale might not have tied a neat little conclusion together for the murder of Hae Min Lee, but it should never have been expected to.