As 2010 winds down, many are saying good riddance. Technically it was the first full year since the end of the Great Recession. The economy actually grew, but so slowly many didn't feel the improvement.
In the hawking of nutritional supplements that claim to enhance sexual performance, the names alone have to do a lot of the carny barking.Take, Man Up Now, the provocative brand name for pills containing a bunch of herbs that their marketer says can enhance a man's sexual performance.
A company called SpaceX provided a peek Wednesday into the future of the American space program. The company's rocket, Falcon 9, lifted off from the Cape Canaveral Air Force Station in Florida, carrying a space capsule called Dragon.
Scientists have been diving in the Gulf of Mexico on a miniature submarine to see how the ecosystems there are coping with the BP oil spill. The expedition gradually edged toward ground zero -- the BP wellhead.Looking for robust sea life in the Gulf isn't as odd as it may seem.
The U.S. has just received its first shipment of molybdenum-99, an essential material for medical imaging that's being mass-produced for the first time with low-enriched uranium instead of weapons-grade material.
The number of Americans who believe that global warming is a scientific fact has been dropping, and environmental groups and climate scientists who say the evidence for warming is clear are scratching their heads over this reversal and scrambling to find a new strategy.Three years ago, former Vice P