A team of experts embark on a search for the mythical Bigfoot in the forests of Oregon in a new Travel Channel documentary.
The delicious scent of baking bread wafting out from the open doors of a nearby bakery can act like a time portal.
Here are the most interesting, amazing and unusual things that happened in the world of science this week. A recap of Live Science's best.
The 2018 eruption of Kilauea in Hawaii featured the spectacular collapse of the volcano's caldera, creating a hole nearly as deep as One World Trade Center in New York City is tall at its summit.
A new study suggests that plants that are stressed by drought or physical damage may emit ultrasonic squeals.
Restricting your eating time to a daily 10-hour window could help fight obesity and diabetes, new research finds.
A physicist who coined the term "black hole" lost highly sensitive nuclear weapons information when the U.S. had just completed tests of the first hydrogen bomb.
Seven people in San Diego have died in recent months from a "flesh eating" infection tied to use of black tar heroin, according to health officials.
The wreck of one of the most famous German warships of World War I has been located on the seafloor near the Falkland Islands, where it sank in a battle with British warships more than 100 years ago.
The so-called Cybertruck is an angular, stainless steel, all-electric pickup truck that quickly became polarizing. Here's why it's revolutionary.
In two daring heists that took place just days apart in Germany, burglars stole precious gems and artifacts from museums in two cities.
The drainage of meltwater lakes may be making Greenland more unstable than scientists previously realized.
Researchers speculated that living in relative isolation and a "monotonous" environment may cause certain brain structures to shrink.
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