"This is the first ever discovery of ancient human brain remains, vitrified by heat," one expert said.
Researchers are concerned that huge pulses of carbon emissions from devastating wildfires could overwhelm natural reservoirs that store carbon dioxide.
Melting ice from climate change could release the pathogens into the environment, one researcher said, calling it a "worst-case scenario."
With a record $10 billion in political advertising at stake, the news industry is expanding operations to all corners — from broadcasting live campaign events to offering daily news shows on entertainment platforms.
The "abort demonstration" assessed how well SpaceX's Crew Dragon capsule can survive in the event of a catastrophic rocket failure.
The FBI's efforts to push Apple to unlock phones have caused alarm among technology industry veterans and academics who see a broader effort to reduce privacy and introduce backdoors.
An NBC News producer gained access to an underground operation in Los Angeles where dealers were selling bulk amounts of bootleg THC vape cartridges.
The proposed class-action lawsuit was filed in federal court and is based entirely on previously secret documents that NBC News obtained last year.
"If we're going to stop the climate crisis, we need tech and social media companies like YouTube to be part of the solution, not part of the problem," a Greenpeace spokesperson said.
Philadelphia Energy Solutions is just one of a dozen refineries across the U.S. that have consistently exceeded the EPA's "action level" for benzene.
The hashtag was used by many well-followed accounts that sought to downplay any division between Sanders and Warren, in turn boosting the trend.
A satellite traced the movement of the smoke and produced an image Monday showing areas in Australia where the smoke had reached its place of origin.
The data is a closely watched indicator of the Earth's changing climate, particularly as projections for future years anticipate the trend to continue.
Diego, a giant tortoise native to the Galapagos Islands, is retiring from a captive breeding program that helped increase his species' population on Española Island.
Pyrocumulonimbus clouds, or pyroCbs, can generate thunder, lightning and tornado-force winds, in addition to belching out burning embers.
NBC News analyzed four popular dating apps, including Tinder and Hinge, finding each collect a range of personal information.
The decision to alert Microsoft — and to hold a press call with reporters about it — is a departure from the way the NSA operated just a couple years ago.
The move is meant to offer users greater control over their digital footprints and enhance user privacy, but critics worry it further entrenches Google's dominance.
Some of the ancient grains are billions of years older than our sun.
Before you even step inside, one "smart" car will set your seat to the right position, turn on your favorite tunes, and program the GPS for your next destination.
We may not have our own flying cars — yet — but at least we can talk to our faucets.
The newly minted astronauts are the first to receive their pins under the space agency's Artemis program.
While many Democratic politicians and academics are hammering Facebook for its ad policies, smaller liberal groups are breathing a sigh of relief.
The CEOs of the three companies that make more than 80 percent of the country's voting machines testified before Congress Thursday for the first time.
Scientists knew the impact happened; they just didn't know where.
The tool, codenamed Project Artemis, is designed to look for patterns of communication used by predators to target children