A study of the famous animal’s bones suggests the conventional wisdom about how clones age is probably wrong.
What lurks in the Arctic’s thawing permafrost?
Texas is now six times more likely to see huge, cyclone-related floods than it was in the 1990s.
Progressive advocates have been urging people to give up K-Cups for years.
“I was sitting in the front, and I just heard this gasp from everyone behind me.”
Delivering cremated remains to the stratosphere joins a growing list of new ways to memorialize the dead.
Thanks to climate change, it’s getting a little later every year.
The Arecibo Observatory is facing months of costly repairs after Hurricane Maria struck in September.
The animals have evolved stealthy echolocation that moths can't hear.
According to a new study, the infamous asteroid had only a 13 percent chance of exterminating the giant reptiles.
A contentious way to teach captive animals what to fear in the wild
Fewer than 30 vaquitas are left in the world, and one died when scientists tried to catch it for a captive-breeding program.
Astronomers have discovered a zombie supernova that defies every known theory of star death.
Doctors took his stem cells, corrected a faulty mutation within them, and used them to replace 80 percent of his skin.
As America has turned away from searching for extraterrestrial intelligence, China has built the world’s largest radio dish for precisely that purpose.
Visiting it is like going to a really macabre candy store—except instead of sweets, there are tapeworms.
The United States is officially the only country to reject the climate accord.
An ancient, robust breed is proving well-suited for the arid American Southwest.
Huge genetic databases are changing how scientists study disease.
The National Climate Assessment arrives as President Trump is dismantling the most sweeping U.S. climate policy.
There’s a new push to streamline the brain-donation process, but can families be convinced?