[Video] Horrifying Moment 'Murder Hornet' Kills A Mouse Desperately Struggling To Shake It Off
Beware of the sudden appearance of this Asian Giant Hornet in the US as they strike down other creatures without prejudice.
US Marines Robot Soldiers And 'Hypersubs' Storm Beaches During War Demo
The US Marines prepare for a more futuristic warfare as they have been secretly testing robot soldiers and hypersubs for the past few weeks. These new machines were evaluated on how they perform in realistic scenarios.
Tesla Inches Closer To Catching Up With General Motors As Best US Car Maker
After surpassing Ford's market value on Monday, Tesla now inches closer to GM's top spot as most valuable US car company. The popular and fast rising company still continues to rise as profits are projected to rise some more despite some criticism over its value.
Resurrecting Dead People Using Stem Cells Given The Green Light
A biotech company will attempt to resurrect dead people using stem cells starting this year. The Lazarus project was given the green light to reanimate dead brain cells using a groundbreaking procedure..
Heat Waves And Pollution In Asia Worsen US Smog
According to new research, heat waves and air pollution in Asia have increased smog in the US. These can be deadly for vulnerable individuals with researches linking them to premature death from heart disease, stroke and lung ailments.
Swedish American Hospital Receives Lung Cancer Certification
A Gold Seal of Approval for lung cancer care has been awarded to the Swedish American Hospital recently. The certification recognizes the facility as an exceptional lung cancer treatment center.
New Zealand High Court Supports Kim Dotcom´s Extradition To The US
Although New Zealand´s high court accepted Kim Dotcom´s extradition to the U.S., there´s a particular issue that could be really difficult with this situation, to the point in which it could not be made in short term.
Weight Loss May Protect Women From Endometrial Cancer
A new study finds weight loss to be a significant factor in reducing a woman's risk for endomentrial cancer. The study suggests that even a modest loss of weight can greatly prevent the development of the most common gyncological cancer in women in the US.
Planning A Career In Environmental Science? This Is What You'll Need
In the near future, career in environmental science will be in demand. If you are interested, this is what you need to know.
Man-Eating Aliens On A Secret Base Revealed By US Record
An intriguing record from the US Department of Agriculture reveals the existence of man-eating aliens and people working at a secret base in a US National Park. The information comes as a Freedom of Information request reveals other cases of UFO sightings.
Marijuana Illness: What You Need To Know About Cannabinoid Hyperemesis Syndrome
Symptoms of CHS include intense vomiting and abdominal pain. Interestingly, taking hot showers or baths seem to be a remedy for those suffering from the mysterious illness.
Could Chinese Smartphones Conquer The Market This Year?
With the release of mobile devices like the Honor 6X or the ZTE Blade V8 Pro, Chinese smartphones will enter for the first time to the U.S. market, to compete against the upcoming flagships.
Trial For Meningitis Outbreak Linked To Framingham Pharmacy Begins
The 2012 national meningitis outbreak in the US is said to have been caused by contaminated vials of preservative-free methylprednisolone acetate, a steroid manufactured by New England Compounding Center (NECC).
The Most Groundbreaking High-Profile Revelations Of WikiLeaks In 10 Years
Although it hasn't been proved, WikiLeaks has been blamed for working with the Russian government in many opportunities, especially in the 2016 U.S. elections in which Donald Trump was elected as the new president.