Alligator found underneath car in Kansas, police say
This critter isn’t staying in one Kansas city for long.
Bees briefly ceased to buzz during total solar eclipse, study finds
For just a few minutes during last year’s total solar eclipse, a small creature ceased to buzz: bees.
'Vampire' child discovered buried in 5th Century Italian cemetery
The remains of a 10-year-old biting on a stone have been unearthed by archaeologists in a 5th Century Italian cemetery, evidence suggesting a...
'Brain-eating' amoeba that killed New Jersey man likely came from Texas water park: report
A brain-eating amoeba that killed a New Jersey man last month most likely came from a visit to a Texas water resort, health officials said.
South Carolina woman says crawfish were ‘crawling all over the yard’ after Tropical Storm Michael
Tropical Storm Michael left a South Carolina woman with a very unusual crawfish infestation Thursday.
‘Killer’ tiger hunt: Trackers use Calvin Klein scent in desperate attempt to catch big cat
Rangers in India are using Calvin Klein scent in an attempt to catch an elusive ‘killer’ tiger, according to reports.
85 million-year-old sea monster found in Kansas
A "neonate-sized Tylosaurus specimen" (a type of mosasaur), has been identified and examined, with researchers looking at broken bones, including...
Nazi hunters who found 'Butcher of Lyon' are honored
When they married in 1963, Serge and Beate Klarsfeld swore a lifelong mission together: to track down Nazis, by both "legal and illegal" methods,...
Soyuz rocket failure: Booster separation was to blame for botched launch, Russia says
Russia says that a problem with the separation of first and second stage booster rockets was to blame for Thursday’s failed Soyuz launch.
'Gay penguins' to raise first chick; given foster egg at Sydney aquarium
Sphen and Magic have become so inseparable they have been allowed to start a nest with each other in Sea Life, in Sydney, Australia.
Opportunity Rover still silent on Mars, 4 months after epic dust storm
The Opportunity rover's silent stretch on Mars has now reached four months.
Empty Space Station? NASA prepares for the worst (but hopes for the best) after Soyuz abort
A few months from now, the International Space Station (ISS) could be unoccupied for the first time in nearly two decades.