They have names and personalities, they go on exciting journeys, and we're sad when they die. Our tendency to give spacecraft human characteristics can be beneficial for science outreach, but it can distract us from ethical questions around space exploration.
BANKS and building societies have been up to their old tricks following last month’s base rate cut by slashing interest on savings far more enthusiastically than on mortgages.
SCIENTISTS are planning on drilling into an ancient volcano, prompting fears the works could cause a major eruption.
The U.S. East Coast faces a potential mix of dangerously high winds and heavy rains over the long holiday weekend as Tropical Storm Hermine plowed up the Atlantic Coast on Saturday, leaving a path of destruction in Florida, Georgia and the Carolinas.
Apple's decision to issue emergency security updates to iPhone users, along with the news that a hacking group apparently stole NSA cyberweapons, is prompting security experts to question whether the use of security flaws as weapons is doing more harm than good.
ANDY MURRAY thrashed unseeded Marcel Granollers in straight sets to move through the second round of the US Open.
WITH Celebrity Big Brother over for another year, reality TV fans are dying to know who will be taking part in this year's I'm A Celebrity… Get Me Out Of Here! Here’s everything you need to know.
A MYSTERIOUS floating circular island could be the entrance to an alien base paranormal investigators have sensationally claimed.
Some cows are more food efficient than others, which means they don't eat as much as other cows their size.