Women's' Rights Activists React to Donald Trump's Lewd Comments Outside Debate Hall
ABC News' Brad Mielke reports from St. Louis, MO ahead of tonight's second presidential debate.
As Mars makes a close approach to Earth this month, NASA's Hubble Space Telescope took the opportunity to snap a new portrait of the Red Planet in all of its glory.
At a press conference in West Palm Beach, Florida, Rubio admitted, "John Kasich has a better chance of winning Ohio than I do."
Clyde Tombaugh's 1930 discovery is reclassified as a dwarf planet after much scientific debate.
The acclaimed science-fiction writer spoke to Ted Koppel on Jan. 28, 1986 about the future of manned space flights.
This week Bob Dylan releases an unusual tribute to Frank Sinatra, Diana Krall puts her jazzy spin on some pop classics, Butch Walker shifts gears into soft, singer-songwriter fare, long-running Australian band the Church release their latest, garage-rock/punk revivalist Ty Segall delivers a
Just where will 68 kilobytes of computing power and an analog record get you? To quote Buzz Lightyear: "To infinity and beyond!" That very well could be Voyager 1's motto. Voyager 1's precise location has been one of the most hotly debated scientific topics of the past year. Has the intrepid probe
Not very long ago, space scientists expected that if other stars had solar systems, they’d be much like our own — small, rocky planets (like Mercury, Venus, Earth and Mars) orbiting close to their host star, with gas giants (think of Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus...
Uranus, 8th Planet From Sun, Appeared as Featureless Icy Giant to Voyager 2 Probe in 1986
After more than eight years in space, Voyager II sends back pictures of Uranus.