Easter Island discovery: Experts unravel mystery of ancient statues
Historians have long wondered why Easter Island’s famous statues are mostly located on the coast of the remote Pacific island – now a team of...
Scary 'Dynamoterror' dinosaur discovered
The Tyrannosaurus rex may be among the most well-known and terrifying dinosaurs to walk the Earth, but a newly discovered relative may have been...
Hurricane Michael: NASA shows off 'extremely dangerous' storm in mind-blowing images
Hurricane Michael has become a Category 4 hurricane and is now labeled an "extremely dangerous" storm. NASA has subsequently released stunning...
Frogs and toads 'falling' from above in North Carolina as populations explode
North Carolina is experiencing a population boom -- of toads and frogs.
Grisly discovery: Bones reveal Neanderthal child was eaten by large bird
Archaeologists in Poland have identified the prehistoric bones of a Neanderthal child eaten by a large bird.
Hurricane warning vs. watch: How are they different?
Hurricane warnings and watches have slightly different meanings concerning hurricane conditions.
Yellowstone geyser erupts, spewing trash dating back to 1930s
When Ear Spring erupted at Yellowstone National Park Sept. 15, it was already notable—it was, as Live Science puts it, the geyser's "most violent...
South Carolina sees massive stink bug invasion: They're looking to 'move into people’s homes'
Residents in South Carolinians have a smelly issue: a reported increase of the brown marmorated stink bug population, an invasive species which...
What is the Saffir-Simpson hurricane wind scale?
Hurricanes are categorized using what’s known as the Saffir-Simpson Hurricane Wind Scale.
Jupiter moon Europa's jagged ice towers could imperil robot landers
Exploring the tropics of Jupiter's ocean moon Europa would be no walk on the beach.
Mysterious 'keeper of the secret' tomb found in Egypt
An ancient Egyptian tomb, dating back more than 4,000 years, has been discovered. The tomb belongs to the "sole friend" of an Egyptian pharaoh and...
Space tourism may happen sooner than you think
The sky is no longer the limit for a host of entrepreneurs who are vying to offer the first tourist trip into space.