Jason Collins’ coming-out party raises interesting scientific questions.
The vessel's excellent team overcame a mid-flight glitch and completed the mission.
Dennis Tito's plan to go to Mars by 2018 has skeptics scoffing and space buffs cheering.
The clause has nothing to do with party. It is a necessary check on Executive Branch power.
A private venture to the Red Planet may be possible.
The jury should still be out on whether this was related to the other asteroid. More: Did Another Space Rock Crash in Cuba?
A moment by moment review of how the Columbia space shuttle fell apart high above the western United States.
Deep Space Industries goes beyond mining to include space-based manufacturing.
What would Second Amendment bloviators say if we applied their logic to the First Amendment?
The company's proposed lunar mission will depend on whether investors have confidence in its plans.
President Morsi and the "non-ideological" Muslim Brotherhood. More: Why Doesn’t Egypt’s Military Do Something About Morsi’s Power Grab?
One side supports "growth" while the other side supports "social justice."
The grieving father's tribute to honor has received attention from exactly one network, while Sheehan was ubiquitous.
Hurricane Sandy reminds us that climate hysterics can never resist an opportunity to use a natural disaster to flog their anti-technology, anti-humanity hobbyhorse.
The false campaign narrative of the president’s foreign policy.
Featuring an insulting Donald Duck, it seems like crude propaganda. Generals Patton and Clark were asked for comment, but their response was unprintable.
No, Obama did not "save" the auto industry.
Was fixing the economic mess really too big a job for any president?
How Romney can fight back against "The Big Lie."
When innocuous platitudes substitute for serious proposals to reform NASA and jump start private space ventures.
A private space company is pulling up stakes in the once-Golden State and heading for Texas.