Each week we uncover the most interesting and informative articles around, here are 10 of the coolest stories in Science this week.
Gospel forged: The Harvard professor who claimed to have found a papyrus suggesting Jesus was married now says the owner of that "antiquity" lied to her, suggesting it's a forgery.
More gravity waves: Distortions in the fabric of space-time, predicted by Albert Einstein a century ago, have been directly detected for the second time.
How Kevlar saves: A helmet made of Kevlar saved the life of an Orlando, Florida, police officer on Sunday (June 12) after police engaged in a gun battle with a man who killed 49 people and injured 53 others at a gay nightclub, according to news sources.
[Full Story: How Kevlar Saved an Orlando Police Officer's Life]
Petra monument found: Using satellite sensors, scientists recently discovered an enormous structure at Petra that had previously remained hidden.
[Full Story: Mysterious Monumental Structure Found at Ancient Petra]
When coffee doesn’t work: People who don't get enough sleep for several days in a row can't rely on caffeine to give them a mental boost, new research finds.
Procrastinators beware: People who procrastinate may be more likely to insomnia, a new study finds.
Another month of record heat: May was the fifth record warm month this year, upping the odds that 2016 will be the hottest year on record.
[Full Story: May Was Planet's Hottest Month on Record, NASA Says]
Mass shooter science: Homophobia, hate, religion — a mass shooter's murky motivations are typical, even for terrorists.
How ISIS survives online: Pro-ISIS groups online mutate, reincarnate to continue to grow and survive.
[Full Story: ISIS Plays 'Evolutionary Game' to Avoid Online Shutdown]
Another king under concrete? Researchers in Reading, England, are looking for the burial place of King Henry I beneath a nursery school grounds.
[Full Story: Search for Another King Under a Parking Lot Begins]