Grisly pics show mass whale slaughter in Faroe Islands hunts
GRAPHIC PHOTOS: Gruesome pictures given to Fox News show the mass slaughter of whales and dolphins in a series of hunts in the waters around the...
Star teen snake wrangler fighting for life after bite from 'world's deadliest snake'
A famous 19-year-old snake wrangler from Australia is fighting for his life after being bitten by his pet snake, one that is regarded as the...
'Hell is Here' for burning elephants in award-winning photo
An image of two elephants fleeing a mob that set them on fire in eastern India highlights the ongoing human-elephant conflicts in the region.
Ancient workout: Archaeologists in Egypt discover 2,300-year-old gymnasium
Archaeologists in Egypt have unearthed an ancient gymnasium that dates back to the third century B.C.
Stephen Hawking says artificial intelligence could 'destroy' humanity
Artificial intelligence (AI) could sideline and “destroy” its human creators if engineers cannot get a grip on the ethics behind it, Professor...
What Darwin can tell us about aliens
What would life in a far-flung star system look like?
Good news on warming: Ozone hole is smallest since 1988
Higher temperatures over Antarctica this year shrank the hole in the ozone layer to the smallest it's been since 1988.
Oceans on Jupiter? Gas giants might start out as 'steam worlds'
Jupiter may not always have been a big ball of hydrogen and helium.
Secret viewing of Chopin's pickled heart provided answer to his death
Frederic Chopin is buried in Paris' famed Père Lachaise Cemetery.
Saturn moon Enceladus' churning insides may keep its ocean warm
The mystery of why the ocean beneath the icy shell of Saturn's moon Enceladus did not freeze over long ago may now be solved — heat from the...
One snub of Hitler may have changed history
A snub appears to have led Adolf Hitler to the Nazi party.
New orangutan species discovered, but could soon be extinct, experts warn
A newly discovered species of great ape could soon be extinct if humans keep monkeying around with its environment, scientists say.