Insect-Based Munchies Coming to Grocery Stores Across Switzerland

The country recently lifted restrictions on selling mealworms, locusts and crickets for consumption

Stunning Map Shows Changes in Light at Night Around the World

The satellite images show where the most light is making night skies bright

Hermann Nitsch pictured in front of one of his works at a 2006 retrospective.

Tasmanian Art Festival to Host Controversial Hermann Nitsch Performance

The festival has decided to proceed with the avant-garde artist's work, despite public outrage

DNA of Ancient Skeleton Linked to Modern Indigenous Peoples

A new study has established a genetic link between a 10,300-year-old man and native groups living in the Pacific Northwest today

Charles Manson Leaping at Judge Charles H. Older, October 5, 1970.

New Exhibit Highlights the Art of the Courtroom Sketch

For decades, these drawings offered the public its only glimpse into high-profile court cases

Scientists Make Sturdy Bricks From Mars-Like Soils

Their findings may be a step forward in the mission to build structures on the Red Planet

A Nude Sculpture of George Washington Is Coming to New York

The work was made in preparation for a larger, clothed statue by the Italian artist Antonio Canova


Network of WWI Training Tunnels and Trenches Found in England

They were meant to prepare soldiers for gruelling conditions on the frontlines of Belgium and France

Sold: Diary of 28-Year-Old JFK

Kennedy recorded his impressions of a formative trip through post-War Europe

The surface of mastodon bone showing half impact notch on a segment of femur.

Remarkable New Evidence for Human Activity in North America 130,000 Years Ago

Researchers say prehistoric mastodon bones bear human-made markings

The filmmaker is hosting what's sure to be a memorable weekend.

Cult Filmmaker John Waters Is Hosting a Summer Camp for Adults

It’s as kooky as you might imagine

The Cleveland Museum of Art

Cleveland Museum of Art will Return Stolen Roman Sculpture to Italy

Experts have long voiced concerns about origins of the portrait

Treepedia's map of Toronto

MIT’s ‘Treepedia’ Shows How Green Your City Grows

Using data from Google Street View, researchers created an interactive map that measures tree density on city streets

Peggy Whitson's latest record is one of many she's held during her inspiring career.

Astronaut Peggy Whitson Breaks NASA Record for Most Days in Space

She has spent 534 cumulative days (and counting) in orbit

Naked Mole-Rats Can Survive for 18 Minutes Without Oxygen

Just when you thought the wrinkly creatures couldn’t get any stranger

A 19th century bomb sitting on the lawn of antiques collector Bruce Wescott

Collector Finds Live 19th-Century Cannonball

A fuse appeared to be attached to the explosive device

SeaWorld Announces Birth of Last Orca Bred in Captivity

The calf's mother was pregnant when SeaWorld cancelled its controversial breeding program

An African elephant bull in a freshwater marsh in Botswana's Okavango Delta.

Almost Half of Natural World Heritage Sites Are Threatened by Criminal Activity

A WWF report found that illegal poaching, logging, and fishing impacts 45 percent of the designated locations

The super bloom draped California's Walker Canyon in a riot of colors.

California’s Lush Super Bloom Is Even More Stunning From Space

Satellite images captured an explosion of flowers stretching across California’s desert hills

Ireland May End Its Historic Good Friday Alcohol Ban

The 1927 prohibition restricted the sale of booze on Good Friday, Christmas Day and St. Patrick’s Day

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