This Black Bear Took Hundreds of ‘Selfies’ on a Wildlife Camera
Of the 580 images captured by the camera in November, about 400 were of the bear
The First 'A.I. Lawyer' Will Help Defendants Fight Speeding Tickets
Two people equipped with Bluetooth earpieces will repeat to a judge what the robot tells them
Watch Rare Drone Video of a Moose Shedding Its Antlers
A wildlife enthusiast in eastern Canada stumbled across the magnificent event this month
More Than 350 New UFO Sightings Added to U.S. Government Records
Officials speculate these may include balloons, drones, airborne plastic bags or birds
Who Was Yasuke, Japan's First Black Samurai?
In the late 16th century, the enigmatic warrior fought alongside a feudal lord dubbed the "Great Unifier"
Haiti's Beloved Soup Joumou Serves Up 'Freedom in Every Bowl'
Every year, Haitians around the globe eat the pumpkin dish on January 1 to commemorate the liberation of the world’s first free Black republic
First Recorded Pink Iguana Hatchlings Found on Galápagos Island
After a ten-month effort, researchers discovered the young endangered reptiles on a remote volcano
This 120-Million-Year-Old Dinosaur Fossil Had a Mammal Hiding in Its Stomach
The finding represents only the second recorded instance of a dinosaur consuming a mammal
This Exoplanet Is Doomed to Be Obliterated by a Star
Kepler-1658b is slowly spiraling toward a fiery demise
Steven Spielberg Regrets How 'Jaws' Impacted Real-World Sharks
The movie contributed to a rise in shark trophy hunting
Dogs Are Impacted by an Intense Flu Season, Too
A surge in canine influenza cases has likely resulted from changes in human behavior due to relaxed Covid-19 guidelines
This 12-Year-Old Designed a Water Bottle You Can Eat
After seeing plastic polluting her favorite beaches year after year, Madison Checketts decided it was time to do something about it
'Goblin Mode' Is Oxford's 2022 Word of the Year
The term describes behavior that's "unapologetically self-indulgent, lazy, slovenly or greedy"
A Space Flash Detected in February Was a Black Hole Devouring an Unassuming Star
The bright light was the result of a rare cosmic occurrence known as a tidal disruption event
Neanderthals Cooked Surprisingly Complex Meals
Charred food remnants provide insight into 70,000-year-old dietary practices
Eight Works of Art Hiding in Paris
In her new book, Lori Zimmer invites readers to experience the artistic gems hidden in plain sight throughout France’s capital city
How Did This 600-Year-Old English Coin End Up in Newfoundland?
Minted under Henry VI, it may be the oldest English coin discovered in Canada
See the First Stunning Photos of the Earth and Moon From Artemis 1
The uncrewed Orion spacecraft is equipped with 16 cameras that have been documenting its journey through space
The Stars Are Aligned at the National Museum of American History
The Enduring Legacy of Celia Cruz, the 'Queen of Salsa'
The performer's vivacious life takes the stage as part of the new Smithsonian exhibition, "Entertainment Nation"
Watch These Rats 'Dance' to the Rhythms of Mozart, Lady Gaga and Queen
Moving accurately to a song’s beat was long thought to be a skill unique to humans, but new research suggests rats can do it, too