Harnessing solar energy has a bright future in helping the environment.
Modern Marvels makes some pit-stops and shows you three things you didn't know about truck stops.
The U.S. bobsled team will be going for gold using a bobsled engineered with pinpoint precision exclusively for Team USA by the Bo-Dyn Bobsled Project.
Over the course of several hundred years, guns have undergone changes that have made them more efficient and effective.
Countless tidy lawns and well-groomed gardens owe their good looks to the string trimmer, a weed-whacking device with surprisingly humble beginnings.
Fireworks originated 1,000 years ago in China when chemicals were accidentally mixed together to create an explosive.
California's tule fog, a thick ground fog named after the tule grass wetlands of the Central Valley is the leading cause of weather-related casualties in CA.
The Citizens Band radio of the 1970s is still the trucker's favorite gadget.
The Army Corps of Engineers uses a process called revetment to reinforce the Mississippi River shore.
Get the story on the device that made channel surfing possible.
In Houston, TX, barbecue pits are serious business.
The Interstate System in the United States stretches 46,876 miles in total and carries nearly one quarter of the nation's highway traffic.
Before Supercross riders hit the dirt, a race track is custom designed and built for each venue.
Though we don't see it, grease is a key component in our everyday lives.
Food trucks have been serving up quick, cheap food since the days of cattle drives in the American West.