Lois Lerner’s emails, allegedly destroyed during a 2011 hard drive crash, have been “lost forever.”
In a political arena scarred by multiple scandals, the plot thickens with the news that the Veteran's Affairs office deliberately began destroying records
As NASA's Cassini spacecraft zooms toward Saturn's smoggy moon Titan for a targeted flyby on June 18, mission scientists are excitedly hoping to repeat a scientific tour de force
The following video was declassified by the National Reconnaissance Office (NRO).
The return of supersonic passenger travel may be coming closer to reality thanks to NASA’s efforts to define a new standard for low sonic booms.
In cooperation with law enforcement personnel June 15, the U.S. military captured a key figure in the September 2012 attacks on U.S. facilities in Benghazi, Libya.
The solar wind of particles streaming off the sun helps drive flows and swirls in space as complicated as any terrestrial weather pattern.
It’s not just Lois Lerner’s e-mails.
In a photo that continues to go viral around social network platforms, it is alleged that the same person died in the Sandy Hook shooting along with also dying during the Boston Marathon attacks.
The IRS claims it cannot produce emails written only to or from Lerner and outside agencies or groups
Excitement is building for fans across the globe with today’s first match of the Fédération Internationale de Football Association (FIFA) 2014 World Cup tournament.
If the icy surface of Pluto's giant moon Charon is cracked, analysis of the fractures could reveal if its interior was warm, perhaps warm enough to have maintained a subterranean ocean
Powerful radio signals that Jupiter generates could be used to help researchers scan its giant moons for oceans that could be home to extraterrestrial life
Cooperation with private firms will benefit the US space industry but cannot replace cooperation with Russia.
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