Archaeologists have identified the wreck of a Mexican steamer as La Union, an illegal slave ship that smuggled the Maya as cargo to Cuba.
Scientists have discovered the oldest known sperm, dating back 100 million years, crammed in the body of a tiny crustacean.
Stark "stone forest" formations found in China, Madagascar and other places can form in surprisingly simple conditions.
Toys advertised as teaching STEM aren't always proven, but these recommendations have science to back them up.
Honey probably works about as well as or better than over-the-counter cough syrups. The bad news is, those don't work that well.
Mail-in voting does not seem to promote one political party over another, nor does it seem subject to rampant fraud, as President Trump has claimed.
NASA scientists are watching the evolution of a hiccup in Earth's magnetic field called the South Atlantic Anomaly, which can affect satellite operations.
Which STEM toys actually help your child develop? We answer this question and offer advice on the best STEM toys to buy in 2020.
Different states and different countries have never fully agreed on the procedure for determining brain death.
Today's humans carry the genes of an ancient, unknown ancestor, left there by hominin species intermingling perhaps a million years ago.
NASA's Mars Perseverance launch, set for Thursday, July 30, will send a new rover to the Red Planet to search for ancient habitable environments and microbial life.
An Egyptian woman who was mummified with her mouth open in a silent scream probably died of a heart attack, new research finds.
Hungarian scientists accidentally created a hybrid of a Russian sturgeon and an American paddlefish, leading to a long-nosed "sturddlefish" baby.