A Boeing satellite is being hastily moved into "graveyard orbit" following a devastating "anomaly" that turned its batteries into bombs.
The world's oldest known impact crater has been in Western Australia for more than 2.2 billion years, a new study suggests.
A sprawling, stone monument decorated with swirls, circular patterns and godly fangs has been hiding in a remote jungle in northern Peru for around 2,000 years.
Here's everything you need to know about the new coronavirus from China, including how lethal it is, how you can catch it and what is being done to prevent widespread infections.
The woman, a 60-year-old Chicago resident, had recently traveled to Wuhan and arrived back on Jan. 13.
Modern birds can trace their origins to theropods, a branch of mostly meat-eaters on the dinosaur family tree.
High-resolution video of tiny, bizarre silk structures found across the Amazon known as a silkhenge show the mysterious spider construction as never before.
A famous 15th-century altarpiece has been restored in Belgium, and people are freaked out by the artist's original image of a human-faced Jesus sheep.
Here are the most interesting, amazing and unusual things that happened in the world of science this week. A recap of Live Science's best.
Scientists used computer algorithms to "evolve" an organism that's made of 100% frog DNA — but it isn't a frog.
The so-called Cybertruck is an angular, stainless steel, all-electric pickup truck that quickly became polarizing. Here's why it's revolutionary.