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Mon, Jun 17, 2013 6:11 PM
A new book recounts the true tale of the women tending the families and homes as their astronaut husbands rocketed to the moon during the early space program in the 1960s.
Family, friends and network executives mourn the loss of veteran storm chasers Tim Samaras, Paul Samaras and Carl Young.
From natural disaster documentaries to reality shows about people living off the grid, here are a dozen shows to check out.
From the morality of bonobos to the importance of baking, each of these books explores a unique aspect of our humanity.
Aldrin says the new drama, based on his 1996 book 'Encounter with Tiber,' will be better than either 'Star Trek' or 'Star Wars.'
This seemingly odd cultural preference shows that attraction isn't always based on evolution.
Video: Autumn Erhard became the second contestant to win the one million dollar grand prize on Wheel of Fortune.
Comedian reportedly has a tremendous fear of heights.
From pandemic fungus to robot insurrection, here are some apocalyptic visions for the future.
Actor will showcase inspiring stories of exploration and discovery that have changed the world.
The science in sci-fi movies is often 'cockamamie,' but it can help raise awareness of important topics.
A conversation with Ernie Brown Jr., star of 'Call of the Wildman' on Animal Planet.
The beads have a Widmanstätten pattern, a distinctive crystal structure found only in meteorites that cooled at an extremely slow rate inside asteroids.
The Internet's most beloved sour-faced feline will reportedly star in a 'big family comedy.'
Twice a year, New Yorkers are treated to a special solar event: During Manhattanhenge, the sun sets perfectly along the city's east-west street grid.
These hideaways are ideal for those who prefer the forest to the beach.
Pop-culture expert covers green celebrities, arts & culture.
Eco-fashionista and world-traveler blogs on sustainable style and living