David Blaine is facing 1 million volts in what he says will be his "most dangerous" stunt ever. But physicists aren't worried.
A young woman is making a miraculous recovery after having her skull separated from her spine in a car crash.
An invading force is laying the groundwork for a coup in the United States this year, and it's going on right under our noses.
A British soldier who didn't realize she was pregnant gave birth in a combat zone in Afghanistan. How did she not know?
Russia has revealed a trove of trillions of carats of diamonds in a Siberian meteor crater. How'd they get there?
A man fell from the sky in London after stowing away on an airplane. Could he have been alive before he hit the ground?
Two families with mysterious holes in their roofs are blaming falling frozen waste from airplanes. Could they be right?
A stretch of China's longest river has abruptly turned bright red, and officials say they don't know why. What gives?
A boy in China was left with 38 stitches after a frozen soda can exploded in his face. Where did he go wrong?
The mayor of a South Texas town appears to have been attacked and killed by a 500-pound donkey. How often does this happen?
Shopkeepers on a rough street in London are adorning their shutters with story-high baby faces. Will the portraits help reduce crime?
A recent outbreak of skin infections has shown that even at tattoo parlors on the up and up, indelible ink can carry risks.
The near-miraculous recovery of a man in Brazil after a gruesome accident recalls the famous case of Phineas Gage. Will history repeat again in the psychological aftermath?
Frankenstein's monster is probably not a possibility, but scientists are getting better at bringing people back to life.
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