Honeybees, in decline for decades, finding new homes in unusual places
The yellow and black pollinator is being welcomed into unusual places like Delta across the country – all to combat the drastic decline in honeybee...
Mars trip could 'significantly damage' astronauts' stomachs, cause cancer, study finds
Astronauts may want to cancel their travel plans if they're plotting a trip to Mars anytime soon.
Minnesota city sees influx of ‘drunk’ birds flying into cars, windows, officials say
The Gilbert Minnesota Police Department this week warned the city has seen an influx of birds "under the influence," due to eating berries which...
Venomous false widow spider infestation forces London schools to shut
Four schools in London have been shut for up to a month after being infested by false widow spiders.
Brown tree snakes get around in frightening way
They might have been made famous by Samuel L. Jackson but snakes on a plane are actually very real.
Incredibly weird microbes found deep underground could change search for life on Mars
Life on Earth just got weirder, and that may have intriguing implications for life beyond this planet.
First Exomoon found? Neptune-sized world possibly spotted orbiting alien planet
Scientists may have bagged the first-ever exomoon.
Lockheed Martin's huge Moon lander would allow astronauts to stay on lunar surface for 2 weeks
Lockheed Martin has unveiled its new lunar lander prototype that would let astronauts stay on the Moon for up to two weeks.
Dog or mountain lion? Mystery creature that crashed reporter's live shot ID'd after heated debate
A live shot for a local news station in Utah included a special cameo from a mysterious furry creature that led to a spirited online debate: Was it...
Reading each other's minds may soon be possible, study shows
Sending thoughts to another person’s brain may seem like a science fiction film plotline, but this ability may be closer to reality than expected.
Japanese spacecraft successfully lands a new robot on asteroid’s surface
A small Japanese probe landed an observation robot on the asteroid Ryugu last night in mission to study the solar system’s origins.
Ancient 3,000-year-old container found with traces of opium
A 3,000-year-old container, known as a "base-ring juglet," has been found to contain traces of opium, according to a new study.