Archaeologists are excavating hundreds of skeletons from the boggy swamps, and the remains belong to men who all sacrificed around the time of Christ
The U.S. Census Bureau announced yesterday that our population has hit one of math's favorite landmarks
You're not the only one with post Olympics blues, athletes have it way worse
Straddling the seam between the Eurasian and Arabian tectonic plates, Iran has a history plagued with earthquakes
Geneticists are busy figuring out whether humans and Neanderthals got busy
After 25 years of man-eating, Discovery's Shark Week embraces conservation
It's her birthday today, and while the master chef loved science she would have hated today's laboratory produced food
Scientists have found a way to replace about 50 percent of chocolate's fat with fruit juice without losing flavor
How does the United States stand up against other countries in rewarding our Olympic athletes? Not well
University of Florida researchers cut into the largest python found in the Everglades, measuring a whopping 17-feet-7-inches long and weighing 165 pounds
In 2025, chances are you'll live in one of these cities. Today, chances are you haven't heard of some of them
Amateur archaeologist claims to have found lost pyramids using Google Earth. Real archaeologists are skeptical
The master helped director shape both modern cinema, and the minds of a generation
For the past two years, NASA's planet-hunting Kepler satellite has consistently challenged our view of just how many planets there are out there.
Americans who eat shark fin soup may be unknowingly chowing down on globally endangered species, a new study found
Wildlife photographer Guek Hock Ping discovered a new species. Only, he didn't know it
Super high speed camera catches a fire breather in action.
The Sierra Club presented a fictional subway map of the U.S. National Parks and is challenging green commuters to see how many stops they can hit
The doctor who embalmed Abraham Lincoln changed the way Americans think about funerals.
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