The researchers successfully tested the system on fetal lambs, but they hope that the technology can one day be applied to helping save the lives of critically preterm infants.
Ryan has no plans to voluntarily leave his influential post, and it's unclear if any serious effort to replace him is afoot.
An image purportedly showing a squirrel appearing to magically avoid a stream of water is a composite of at least two different images.
An unflattering image purportedly showing President Donald Trump from sending a tweet from his Florida estate is a hoax.
Disreputable web sites are falsely reporting that a 2015 video of a nighttime tsunami alert in Chile was a mass evacuation in North Korea.
A partisan web site published false and contradictory information about the origins and religious beliefs of a suspect in a fatal shooting.
Many saw the jeans, which were covered in fake "mud," as an insult to working people.
Reports that a man was assaulted by a 400-pound primate originated on a hoax news web site.
The airline confirmed the death of a large rabbit in a cargo hold during a flight, but the circumstances remain under review.
A rumor that lions saved Christian missionaries from being stoned by Islamic militants in Asia was extremely implausible based on the few details supplied.
A major cancer journal just retracted 107 papers for faking peer-review, bringing the total for that publisher to 450. How did this happen, and how do we prevent it in the future?
A viral marketing campaign called a resource used in lithium batteries a secret superfuel — all with the intent of selling investment tips in an expensive e-book.
A philosophical notion called the "simulation hypothesis," said to be growing in popularity in high-tech circles, holds that our reality may just be a sophisticated computer mockup.
Republican state Rep. Robert Fisher was identified as the creator of a group fighting what it calls "feminist culture."
Neil Degrasse Tyson and some new microbiome science help answer the question - when we touch greatness how much of it stays with us?
The committee is investigating whether the former National Security Advisor reported money he received from foreign powers in accordance with the law.
A fake news web site published a series of inaccurate articles concerning Trey Gowdy, Hillary Clinton, and mysterious deaths in April 2017.
Customers responded with outrage to what appeared to be a shift in marketing by the black-owned business.
A fake news headline claiming that Chelsea Clinton was arrested for having sexual relations with a minor was circulated in April 2017.
A prayer chain for Comer was reposted in April 2017, more than six years after his death.