We've been scouring the web for all the best Star Wars Prime Day gifts to give loved ones (including yourself of course).
The funny bone is actually the ulnar nerve, which is responsible for transmitting information from the fingertips to the brain and back again.
People living across Europe around 1,400 years ago had a habit of reopening graves and taking out objects for reasons that archaeologists are trying to understand.
Are ghosts real? Ghost hunters like to believe that ghosts exist, but science and logic are the real ghost busters.
Whether or not your child is totally interested in computers or they are just curious kids, Prime Day could be the perfect time to introduce them to some of the best coding toys around.
A farmer living near Ismailia in Egypt has uncovered a 2,600-year-old stela erected by pharaoh Apries, who ruled from about 589 B.C., to 570 B.C.
Even if humans have trouble telling time in the "land of the midnight sun," many animals can adjust their schedules to the summer solstice.
Physicists analyzed data from the first ever gravitational waves detected to prove Hawking's theory, and think that even more could be discovered from studying the ripples in space-time.
The number of people visiting national parks is on the rise as pandemic restrictions ease, causing longer lines and putting a strain on the environment.
Live Science will explore the critical field of engineering in our new kids video series: Summer School with Live Science.
The western world's most advanced economies have agreed to take action against space debris at the G-7 Leaders' Summit in Cornwall, U.K.
NASA has approved the Near-Earth Object Surveyor space telescope to move into "preliminary design," its next phase of development on the road to a planned liftoff in 2026.
Scientists have figured out a way to convert plastic waste into vanilla flavoring with genetically engineered bacteria, according to a new study.
Scientists used solar wind to make the first 3D map of the heliosphere, which protects Earth from deadly cosmic radiation.
NASA has released an amusing image of a dummy wearing a spacesuit during testing for the first Artemis mission.
Temperatures over 120 degrees Fahrenheit are part of a "heat dome" scorching the western United States.
Supertasters may be less likely to become infected with, or become severely ill from COVID-19, a new study finds.