A chunk of ice spreading across 7 square miles (18 square kilometers) has broken off a Canadian ice shelf in the Arctic, scientists say. We've been trying to get the word out for the longest time now that things are happening fast and they're going to continue to happen fast.
Two weeks ago, the Navy canceled plans to build the rest of its hulking stealth destroyers. At first, it looked like the DDG-1000s' $5-billion-a-copy price tag to blame. Now, it appears the real reason has slipped out.
A native car company unveils a 700-horsepower electric supercar at the British Motor Show 2008 - but will it really work?
A new washing machine that uses just a cup of water, a pinch of detergent, and about 1,000 small plastic chips to clean clothes may be available for consumers in the UK next year.
As the number of megayachts on the seas continues to grow, only a limited number of marinas can accommodate these giants, and competition for slips is fierce.
Few things can pump up the romantic mood like a warm flickering fire, and while a real wood fire has that crackling sound you can't get from gas, cleaning out all of that soot and ash the next day isn't my idea of fun.
A family court judge in New Zealand has had enough with parents giving their children bizarre names here, and did something about it.
Created by German designer Tilmann Schlootz, the Snook Concept is an original and agile personal mobility vehicle that rides on a sphere. The project has won the Michelin Challenge Design Award 2008 at the Detroit Autoshow 2008.
The existence of a secret, CIA-run prison on the island of Diego Garcia in the Indian Ocean has long been a leaky secret in the "War on Terror."
According to The Sun an unruly group of UK wedding guests spent this past weekend destroying five rented supercars valued at over $1.4 million. The carnage includes a Bentley Continental GT, a Ferrari F430 and three Lamborghini Gallardo Spyders. Although the details are still rather sketchy, here's what we've learned.