An enigmatic message, hidden for 2,000 years inside an underground cave, was recently uncovered in Israel. And it immediately began to vanish when exposed to the elements.
Breast pumps suck in more ways than one, but one startup is trying to make these devices more comfortable for moms.
The fossilized remains of an ancient marine reptile with an extremely long neck and paddlelike appendages were recently uncovered in an unlikely place: the side of a cliff in Alaska.
The winning photos from a recent ecology photo contest prove that Mother Nature is always ready for her close-up.
A giant python, about as long as a shipping container, was captured in Everglades National Park in Florida earlier this month (July 9).
Last month, Japanese auto manufacturer Lexus unveiled its newest product, and it's not another luxury SUV. It's a hoverboard.
Getting people to pay attention to a huge, global problem is easier when you have an enormous billboard at your disposal.
Polar bears are known to be excellent swimmers, but new research suggests that they are also superb divers.
Have you ever toked up? Sparked a spliff? Smoked weed? If you have, you're not alone — 44 percent of all Americans surveyed in a new Gallup poll say they've tried marijuana.
What makes a penis attractive? Not sure? Well, don't rely on your opinion to answer that question — science has the answer.
West Coasters watch out: You might be at greater risk of contracting West Nile virus than those in wetter parts of the U.S.
Imagine a town with crosswalks but no pedestrians, cars and trucks but no drivers. Welcome to Mcity, a fake "town" built by researchers who are testing out the driverless cars of the future.
Small, discreet and Bluetooth-enabled, the new generation of hearing aids look more like something out of a spy movie than a doctor's office.
Whether they're capturing panoramic views of tulip fields or snapping thrilling images of cliff divers plunging into the sea, one thing is for certain: Drones can take awesome pictures.
Black widow males destroy large sections of their mates' webs in order to ward off potential rivals.