NASA finds yet more evidence that the Red Planet might once have supported life.
Could a fun, $1 a ride subterranean solve America’s traffic woes?
During the 2015 breeding season, more than 90 percent of the antelope in one vital region failed to survive, and now scientists know the reason.
Abnormally low tides in the Alabama unearth the remains of a ship which could be the last slave ship to ever make landfall in the U.S.
Samples from the Church of the Holy Sepulchre prove that the church itself dates to the time of Constantine, while the tomb within, said to be where Christ was laid to rest, is certainly as old as Christianity.
Europe has expensive power rates, but cheap power bills. This article explains how they do it.
Our inability to show kindness and compassion to other animals on the planet poses troubling questions as artificial intelligence surpasses our own.
The influenza virus mutates at the drop of a hat, so some vaccines are more effective than others. But a more permanent solution might be just around the bend.
Republican lawmakers opened the pristine Arctic National Wildlife Refuge to drilling in their new tax bill, but environmentalists are playing a long game to keep the region safe from development.