Bronze Age copper alloy daggers were used for processing animal carcasses, a revolutionary new analysis technique has revealed.
The Neolithic structure is 500 years older than the oldest structure previously found in the Abu Dhabi islands.
You can watch a lunar eclipse turn the Flower Moon red on May 15 or 16, depending on your location, and it's even broadcast online in case you can't see it in person.
A surprising new photo from the GOES East satellite has revealed what appears to be the word "Go" written in the clouds as seen from space.
Here's the science behind why some deep sea creatures — such as squids, sharks, sea spiders and worms — get so giant.
Trees don't fit into a species, family or even an order. So do they really exist, scientifically speaking?
A so-called “space jellyfish” seen in the sky over Georgia was actually a SpaceX rocket launch. Here’s why it looked so weird.
An ancient trilobite fossil revealed that it had teensy claspers, which males likely used to "hug" females while mating.
The house and other finds, which date from the 13th to 19th centuries, show how the area was used and changed throughout the centuries.
The Canadian government is considering a measure that will make it illegal for Canadian astronauts to commit crimes in space.
Scientists exploring the depths of Monterey Bay unexpectedly encountered a rare and unique species of dragonfish.
Florida is sometimes referred to as the "shark tooth capital of the world," and new research documents the now-extinct species that have been discovered there.
Scientists detected an enormous new type of aurora stretching halfway across the Martian atmosphere.