The discovery of a massive dinosaur jawbone dating to 90 million years ago reveals a previously unknown apex predator that prowled in what is now Uzbekistan.
The maimed and tortured remains of Atacama Desert mummies reveal that the region’s earliest farmers cultivated a climate of extreme violence.
An angler fishing in Tampa Bay was surprised to reel in an unusual fish that looked just like a flour tortilla.
A "murder hornet" nest in Washington had 113 adults and 1,500 developing Asian giant hornets inside.
Archaeologists in Poland have discovered a mass grave from World War II that contains the remains of about 500 people.
About 100 years after the Romans invaded Britain, a crafter created an elaborate key handle depicting a lion devouring a wild-eyed barbarian.
A change in temperature and humidity levels may explain why a print on a statue sculpted by Michelangelo is now visible.
Wild cockatoos have figured out how to open garbage can lids, and the practice is spreading due to social learning.
A seismic image of central Louisiana reveals gigantic megaripple marks dating to the end of the dinosaur age.
Ask any shark biologist a question about sharks, and chances are, the answer might begin with, "We're not really sure…"