The little plastic bit on the end of your shoelace is called an aglet.
The first aerial photographers didn’t wait for the invention of the airplane. There were other ways of getting a camera up in the air, with or without a human operator.
What is it that makes a “midnight snack” so irresistible? Short answer: blame your ancestors.
An incredible discovery by scientists from Russia's Northeastern Federal University in Yakutsk could pave the way for mammoth clones.
You don't need to be a superstar athlete with a million-dollar contract and a billion-dollar ego to be a champion.
A new study has shown that even similar sounding laughs are very different.
We know what you’re thinking: You’d like to torch every one of those pesky bugs buzzing around your porch light and banging into your windows.
Once a month, in an exclusive Philadelphia dining room, the greatest minds in criminal justice gather to crack the nation’s coldest cases.
Why do we exist? What is our essential nature? Humans have pondered these questions for a long time, and we still haven't figured it out. But we do have a few theories.
Ever wonder why some birds tweet, some sing, some quack, and the ones outside our bedroom windows at 5:00 in the morning caw?