Johnson "was an American hero and her pioneering legacy will never be forgotten," NASA Administrator Jim Bridenstine wrote on Twitter.
It's like a cosmic story of Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde.
More than 40 human rights defenders and community leaders have been killed in Colombia since January, according to Indepaz, a Colombian peace-building nonprofit.
"I have skied this area my whole life, but for the past three years I haven't even had skis on my feet," one Norwegian woman said.
Within the field of ornithology, it is becoming difficult not to see echoes of climate change across the spectrum of research.
Bloomberg has spent more than $41 million on Google and YouTube ads since he entered the race late in November, according to data analyzed by NBC News.
The man is accused of harassing CEO Tim Cook and other company executives, court documents say.
Many servicemembers received a letter saying that their personal information The branch of the U.S. military that oversees information technology and communications has suffered a potential breach of servicemembers' personal information,
A leaked demo features bright red and orange badges for tweets that have been deemed "harmfully misleading."
The subsurface of the Red Planet offers a protected, and possibly habitable, environment.
Antarctica's Pine Island Glacier is one of the most closely watched pieces of ice on Earth. And scientists are warning about signs of climate change.
The movement says it wants a second Civil War targeting liberal political opponents and law enforcement.
The bleak outlook forecasts that warming oceans and rising seas could have a devastating impact on ocean ecosystems.
The historic vote comes amid growing discontent among employees at technology companies such as Google, Amazon and Microsoft, who have started to organize.
Grandmasters and upstarts are reinventing the game online, becoming its most visible ambassadors and arguably its first entertainers.
Hundreds of police departments have signed agreements with Ring to gain access to footage filmed on home surveillance cameras
In the late 1800s, famed explorer Robert Edwin Peary returned from an Arctic excursion with a unique souvenir: the long, sword-like tusk of a narwhal. Then it went missing.
The closest U.S. ally, Britain, disagrees with U.S. warnings that any use of Huawei technology exposes a country to digital espionage.
The record highlights a worrisome trend as the planet continues to warm at an accelerated pace.
To mark International Women and Girls in Science Day Euronews has taken a look at six women in science and technology that are making a difference today.
The Solar Orbiter, a joint mission between the European Space Agency (ESA) and NASA, has launched. The mission aims to give close-up views of the Sun's polar regions and observe its magnetic activity.
The Saudi hacker group OurMine apparently tweeted from Facebook's account. It claimed credit last month for a takeover of key NFL accounts.
Hackers can load malware into charging stations at place like airports and malls, allowing them to steal the data of unsuspecting users, experts warn.
Facebook groups that routinely traffic in anti-vaccination propaganda have become a resource for people seeking out a wide variety of medical information.
"Someone was not paying attention or on a deadline," said one analyst who was able to examine the app.
Researchers found that, as outlined in Zipf's law of abbreviation, vocal sounds that penguins use the most tend to be shorter.