The ancient Egyptian king Tutankhamun was entombed with lavish grave goods. What were other Egyptian pharaohs buried with in ancient times?
The near-Earth asteroid 7335 (1989 JA) will make a close approach to our planet on May 27, 2022, flying within about 2.5 million miles of Earth.
Cats may be able to remember the names of cohabitating cats — but it depends where they live, new research suggests.
Asian elephants, like their African cousins, seem to mourn their dead, sometimes carrying their lost infants for days or weeks.
Cases of the rare monkeypox virus are popping up in Europe and the United States. Here's what you need to know about the virus.
Ghostly imprints of very tiny "nannofossils" can offer a valuable window into our planet's past — and hint at its possible future.
Monkeypox infections are appearing in Europe and North America, a rare occurrence for a disease endemic to west and central Africa.
NASA's Voyager 1 space probe sent a confusing signal back to Earth, suggesting the craft doesn't know where it's located.
Resembling an alien shopping bag with guts made of glowing Cheetos, a bizarre creature took center stage in new footage captured by a remotely operated vehicle deep in the Pacific Ocean.
A healthy adult bladder can hold a fair amount of urine, but regularly holding it to the point of discomfort isn't a great idea.
The rock likely formed from the merging of dust with the remnants of the two stars involved in the explosion.
Archaeologists in Wales have unearthed 17 skeletons at a medieval friary, but it's unclear whether the human remains belonged to friars or lay people.
To produce vodka, you must first ferment a foodstuff that contains sugar or starch, then distill the product to increase its alcohol content. But what is vodka made from?