Grander than their name might imply, these <i>hütten</i> are the perfect perch for weary travelers
A pair of Swedish brothers launched a tasty pastry into the stratosphere—and filmed the entire ride
This magnetic levitation bullet train is capable of speeds of 366 miles per hour—and possibly more
Unusually strong winds have pushed Velella velellas, or "by-the-wind sailors," onto West Coast beaches by the thousands
Adventurer Alex Bellini wants to watch a Greenland iceberg melt while he dwells in a "survival pod"
Famous British rock climber Johnny Dawes puts a twist on his sport
A new study takes a closer look to explain the mechanism behind the sound when we crack our joints
A new study investigates the social and hunting behaviors of Fongoli chimpanzees
The U.S. has considered Cuba a sponsor of terrorism since 1982. On Tuesday, President Obama announced plans to change that designation.
A new brush—and an old one, too—that don't rely on possibly harmful pastes to make your smile shine
Warmer waters mean fewer female reef fish. But, over generations, populations can restore the balance.
Data collected from the Curiosity rover suggests liquid water could be harvested from Martian soil
Rum may was a key player in America's revolutionary days
Researchers have developed a new device that could help determine the presence of tumor cells circulating in the bloodstream
From beef to beer, here's how the numbers stack up
Study shows the world's oceans were dangerously acidic during the Permian Extinction Event
The California Roadkill Observation System studies wildlife by mapping out crowd-sourced roadkill sightings
Parks and Wildlife thinks a goldfish owner dumped his pets into a local lake. Now a few years later, the fish swarm the water in thousands
A federal judge declares the National Marine Fisheries Service did not do its job to protect dolphins and whales
New research shows sometimes our own brains get in the way of acquiring new skills
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