Dragon Hole, or Longdong, is reportedly more than 300 meters deep. If confirmed, that would be far deeper than the previous record holder, Dean's Blue Hole in the Bahamas
Researchers can only guess about the bumpy, colorful living ball found off California
Outdoorsy types and outdoor workers like roofers might suffer first, but it's the elderly and the mentally ill who make up the majority of deaths
There is no template for the path to violence and rarely can a single cause explain any one atrocity
The creature had spiderlike mouthparts and eight legs, but lacked spinnerets
Photogrammetry highlights features of the English king's skeleton and resting place
SnOMG! Much of the eastern U.S. anticipating a cold, snowy weekend
Fluid dynamics sheds light the Tribrachidium's approach to mealtime 550 million years ago
In an off-the-cuff remark to astrophysicist Neil deGrasse Tyson, the former National Security Agency contractor suggested E.T. might send encrypted messages that humans mistake for noise...
Tricycle accidents requiring a visit to the emergency room peak when children reach age 2, a new study finds
The EPA is now scrambling to mitigate the mess it created when agency workers inadvertently unleashed a pool of wastewater from an abandoned gold mine
Victims tend to suffer in silence, making it difficult for parents to identify and address the problem
The 7.8 magnitude temblor that hit Nepal in April shifted the world's tallest mountain slightly to the southwest
The opah's warm blood allows it to swim faster at depths nearing 400 meters
The plague preferentially killed the very old and those already in poor health. Natural selection or better diets may have allowed those who remained to thrive...
Several fisheries depend on the river's estuary and are at risk of collapse
The original set of tracks has since been divided up and partially lost
The skeletons of four kittens and two cats in a cemetery may push back the date of cat domestication in Egypt to 3600 B.C.
The determination on children's faces as they struggled with a difficult task was not observed in chimpanzees involved in the same study, suggesting that the expression is an evolutionary trait...
The detailed map could be used to help scientists understand the basis of neurological or psychiatric disorders in humans