What Would It Be Like To Live On Mars?
Humans here on Earth seem to have an obsession with sustaining life where no man has gone before ... the red planet.
"The Day Ahead" is taking a closer look at what living on Mars would truly look like. NASA is on a mission to figure it out, but we may have some of their questions already answered.
How Can Earth Avoid An Asteroid Strike?
If a meteor actually hits Earth, it's called a meteorite. As many as 30 pebble-size ones strike the planet each day.By Alex Brandon / AP
NASA's Orion Capsule Buzzes Moon, Last Big Step Before Lunar Orbit
NASA managers said they were delighted with the progress of the mission.By NASA / AP
NASA's Mightiest Moon Rocket Lifts Off 50 Years After Apollo
If all goes well during the three-week flight, the capsule will be propelled into an orbit around the moon and then return to Earth in December.By John Raoux / AP
Warnock, Walker: Starkly Different Choices For Black Voters
Democratic Sen. Raphael Warnock and Republican challenger Herschel Walker face off Tuesday in Georgia's runoff election.By Brynn Anderson / AP
Why Do We Have Middle Names?
What is the history behind having a middle name, and where did it originate from?By Newsy
Blinken Vows U.S. Support For Israel Despite Unease Over Government
Secretary of State Antony Blinken said the U.S. will remain a friend of Israel even as it pursues goals that Prime Minister Netanyahu has opposed.By Carolyn Kaster / AP