New research about the orbit of supermassive black hole binaries could provide evidence for gravitational waves.
President Trump will visit France to reaffirm "America's strong ties" with the country after a rocky start.
The White House said the president would sign both bills if they reached his desk.
Facebook's internal policies protect certain groups of people from hate speech, but not others. And subsets of protected groups are fair game.
Five police officials and a safety officer were charged over the 1989 Hillsborough Disaster.
Remember to keep patches up to date and always be wary of email attachments.
International airports must implement new security policies to avoid laptop bans.
The Utah congressman, who will resign from the House of Representatives on June 30, has a new gig.
Mosquitoes kill hundreds of thousands of humans every year with diseases they carry, so scientists have come up with some inventive ways to kill them.
Manafort and his consulting firm made over $17 million for work it did for a pro-Russian political party in the Ukraine.
The head of NATO says defense spending could jump to more than 4 percent this year.
The EPA and the Army Corps of Engineers made a formal proposal to roll back the Obama-era rule designed to limit pollution in the nation's waterways.