For the first time in recorded history, Anchorage, Alaska, reached 90 degrees F (32 degrees Celsius).
Scientists who tracked the young female were astonished by how fast the little fox traveled from Norway to Canada.
This is the first time in the academy's 156-year history that any member could be expelled from the prestigious science group.
Marine scientists aren't sure how or why the nearly 10-foot-long shark wandered into the Long Island Sound.
An odd-looking, double-bodied airplane with a wingspan as long as a football field just took to the skies today (April 13) from the Mojave Air & Space Port.
Just a week after the death of their 6-year-old African elephant, Nyah, the Indianapolis Zoo delivered another sad message: Its other youngest African elephant, 8-year-old Kalina, has died.
An erroneous alert about a nuclear attack was sent to Hawaii residents. The ensuing confusion and hysteria revealed that Americans are not prepared.
Medieval nun fakes death to escape convent and enjoy a life of carnal lust. Sounds like the basis for a juicy novel, but this really happened during the 14th century in England.
The mummies spanned all ages and were buried in various types of tombs, all seeming to date back to the Ptolemaic dynasty, which lasted from 305 to 30 B.C.
Though the acclaimed and furry weather prognosticator failed to see his shadow, don't expect an early spring, say meteorologists.
If you like Live Science and you're a curious person, you're going to love "How It Works," our sister publication. Here, you can read a full issue of the fun magazine.
Bam, just like that, the Mars InSight lander plops onto the surface of its new home. Here's what Twitter had to say about the momentous landing.
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