Singer Céline Dion was recently diagnosed with a rare disorder that causes severe muscle spasms.
A suspected rogue wave recently crashed into a cruise ship near Antarctica killing one and injuring four others. Where did it come from?
John F. Clauser reflects on receiving the 2022 Nobel Prize in physics for the groundbreaking work he did 50 years ago.
The planet 55 Cancri e, also known as the "hell planet," appears to have been dragged closer to its sun's equator due to a gravitational anomaly.
Warped amphibian-like fossils in Ireland were likely transformed by superheated fluids that were released as ancient continents crashed into one another around 300 million years ago.
New research contradicts the claim that diplodocids could whip their tails at supersonic speeds. Instead, it was a (still impressive) 62 mph.
Our 13 billion-year-old galaxy has gone through many growing pains — usually to the detriment of its smaller neighbors.
Archaeologists in England were surprised to discover an elaborate cross with human faces and a gold-and-garnet necklace in an early medieval burial.
Humans began selectively breeding dogs around 2,000 years ago, and these genes play a role in your pup's behavior, a new study of 4,000 purebred, mixed-breed and wild dogs finds.
A fossil skull from a toothy early relative of today's birds shows a weirdly modern skull configuration, raising new questions about the early evolution of birds.
Deal At just $109, the Lenovo Chromebook 3 is an ideal cheap laptop for kids or students who need something to work and play on.
Not only did ankylosaurs like "Zuul" use their tails as weapons against potential predators, but they also used them to battle their peers.
Ancient mammals were better adapted than nonavian dinosaurs to survive the Chicxulub asteroid impact.
While tracking an incredibly bright gamma-ray burst to its origins, scientists uncovered a hidden explosion that could upend decades of research.
The time-flipped photon can't be used to restage "Back to the Future," but it could help us figure out some of the universe's most mysterious phenomena.
Researchers have unearthed tiny fragments of DNA in the Arctic that were left by plants, microbes and animals that lived in a previously unknown ecosystem in Greenland.
New research has debunked a 2020 study that claimed to have found the chemical phosphine, a potential biomarker for extraterrestrial life, in Venus' atmosphere.
Although models accurately predicted the evolution of the Arctic storm, scientists were surprised to see just how much sea ice thickness decreased in the storm's aftermath.