Chris the Sheep set a new Guinness World Record for the most wool sheared from a sheep in a single shearing.
Japanese paper art has inspired scientists to design a new thin solar cell that tracks the sun using cuts and bending instead of large, clunky motors and gears.
A rare supermoon lunar eclipse will grace the night sky on Sunday (Sept. 27), and if you live in the Western Hemisphere, you could have spectacular views of this celestial treat.
The snowpack in California's Sierra Nevada mountains is the lowest in centuries, which isn't good news for the drought in the region now or in the future.
Say goodbye to summer, because today is the autumnal equinox, which marks the first day of the fall season. It's also the beginning of some not-so-fun hazardous weather.
A prosthetic hand that is connected directly to the brain successfully enabled a paralyzed man to "feel" again, according to researchers at the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA).
A dramatic photograph of a starving polar bear went viral online, but scientists say it's a stretch to definitively link polar-bear starvation to climate change.
Caterpillars that munch on corn leaves have developed a clever way to get the most nutrients from their meals: They use their poop to trick the plants into lowering their defenses.
The Middle East is known to experience dust storms, but new satellite images captured dramatic aerial views of a dust storm that recently blanketed and rolled across Iran, Iraq and the Persian Gulf.