When an asteroid struck Earth 66 million years ago, it didn't just cause mass extinctions — it might've put our planet it darkness for years.
If you weren't in the path of the total solar eclipse, here's what you missed.
An unusually large fire has burned for two weeks on icy Greenland.
Mosquitoes are the deadliest animals on Earth, but scientists warn that exterminating all of them could have disastrous consequences.
Astronomer Donald Liebenberg has spent more time in totality — when the moon covers the sun — than any other person on Earth.
Transplanting foliage from one place to another isn't the most novel idea, but we can now move trees that weigh 800,000 pounds.
Organizations such as the CDC, FDA and DFA are all outspoken against raw milk, but people still ask for it at farmers’ markets and…
The Federal Highway Administration is calling the event one of the largest driver distractions in years.
Watering down alcohol usually doesn't make it taste better — unless it's whiskey. Scientists only recently found out why that's true.
Bonnie Tyler will be singing her classic "Total Eclipse of the Heart" on a cruise ship the very moment of the Aug. 21 solar eclipse.
NASA is using balloons to send bacteria into the stratosphere. The test will see how something that lives on Earth responds to the conditions.
A total solar eclipse is a natural event. For the most part, it's no more dangerous than any other day.