Pioneering "keyhole" surgery cures an Asiatic black bear of hydrocephalus at a sanctuary in Laos.
The space agency wants to tow an asteroid back to our planetary neighborhood and set it into orbit around the moon. (Wednesday)
When digging starts at a construction site, it may uncover unexpected treasures: ancient temples, headless Vikings, even a few new whale species.
Study on macaque hierarchy finds that middle-ranking monkeys are more stressed, which may explain stress levels in some humans.
Like modern birds, baby dinosaurs likely flexed their muscles while still in their eggs to spur bone development.
Volcanic activity creates a spectacular light show on Siau Island, Indonesia.
Winemakers are preparing for the climate and wildlife challenges global warming will bring.
Facing a decline in oil production that threatens the state's massive pipeline network, Alaska hopes a $1 billion-a-year tax break will boost the industry.
Flu viruses are always unpredictable. H7N9 could go big—or not.
The findings suggest that women's choices may have driven the evolution of larger penises.
Transatlantic flights could get bumpier in the near future, according to a new study.
The editors of a new encyclopedia have unearthed more than 40,000 Nazi camps and ghettos.
With drug laws changing, there's a push to retrain and evaluate detection dogs. So how does a dog learn not to detect marijuana?
There's a lot we don't know about the secretive and combative country. Here are some of the things we do know. (Saturday)
The Hubble Space Telescope has spied a supernova that is a record-breaking ten billion light-years from Earth, a new study says.
American math teachers don't use hand gestures as often as teachers in other countries do, and student performance may suffer.
The real Tyrannosaurus rex may have been even more terrifying than the one in the movie.