There are some very good reasons to believe that primitive lifeforms may lurk on the Red Planet.
Jesus is said to have healed a blind man at the site, located along the Sea of Galilee in northern Israel.
The remains of a 4,600-year-old settlement have been uncovered on a tiny, pyramid-shaped island called Dhaskalio.
Skywatchers can see the beauty and vastness of the nighttime skies in these dark sky-designated parks.
The Stone Age may not have been "The Flintstones," but there were definitely caveman qualities to it.
Archaeologists describe the burial of three skeletons from a nomadic tribe in what is today Russia. The remains date back 2,500 years.
Archaeologists working in Egypt have discovered a 4,500-year-old cemetery filled with tombs, sarcophagi, mummies and artifacts.
Archaeologists have discovered amazing ruins and artifacts at the largest Christian cathedral ever constructed in the ancient world.
This cutie pie may be wild but the ringtail cat sometimes acts like Fluffy. It will lick its forepaw, then use that forepaw to wipe and clean its ears, face and snout.
Here's a look at some of the more interesting places the historical Jesus may have set foot in, and what he was doing there.
Hot hydrothermal fluids shimmer in otherworldly silver at an astounding new vent site discovered in the Gulf of California.
These modern-day monsters are a major part of the legend, lore and symbols of the American Wild West.
These historical ruins from the time of Jesus attract more than the public eye — Looters continue to raid the archaeological remains in hopes of selling what they find.
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