Scientists have been able to put bacteria into already-printed objects, but a new approach shows the process might have other applications.
The agency's commissioner said kratom's effects mirror narcotics like opioids. And it carries similar risks, like abuse, addiction and even death.
The Trump administration wants to make the U.S. more coal-friendly, but many plants that once created power from coal have already left the industry.
A natural cycle helps regulate the carbon in our atmosphere, but humans are knocking it off balance with emissions, according to NASA.
A Wisconsin bill designed to attract a Foxconn manufacturing plant may be unconstitutional. Critics say it overrides the judicial branch's power.
A few animals species and humans eat dirt, but researchers think they now know why some parrots do it.
Amazon announced it's seeking a location for its second headquarters somewhere in North America and is asking for input from cities.
Officials in Crosby, Texas, said chemical reactions, not explosions, caused the fire and smoke at the Arkema chemical plant.
Foxconn makes parts for Apple, among other companies.
Defense attorneys argue recently released police body cam footage shows an officer planting drugs at a crime scene earlier this year.
Earth loses a lot more trees than it gains, so startup companies are testing if the devices could be a fast, cheap way to aid reforestation efforts.
The American auto company said Tuesday it will transfer production of the next Ford Focus model to China.