Scientists get their first video of serious subsea volcanic activity.
Some experts believed they were wiped out in the 1930s. But DNA tests suggest there are still some out there.
A warming climate means there is less food for the pied flycatcher's offspring. Populations are plummeting.
Water temperatures in a prime hurricane-forming region have warmed more than other parts of the ocean over the past century.
Noam Chomsky has endured many attempts to disprove his widely respected theories of language, but never have any of them come from a 3-ounce bird.
Ants have to return home now and then to reset their navigation system. Not a bad setup, researchers say.
In the most dramatic of the scenarios, models forecasted a potential loss of 56,000 plant species and 3,700 vertebrate species.
Spectacles with tiny embedded microphones on each side are said to work much better than traditional hearing aids.
Understanding of how animals cope with oxygen starvation may help scientists solve similar problems in humans.
Conditions could have conspired to create hard-to-see patches of floating ice on the Sea of Galilee.
White teens who use media with high sexual content were more than two times as likely to have sex by the time they were 16 years old than those who used less.
Signs of global warming are three times more apparent in Antarctica than across the rest of the planet, a new study shows.
Scientists find a mutation that could provide a possible foothold for the virus in the human population. But they are not yet concerned.