Believe it or not, these things can actually make your entertainment consumption more enjoyable.
Our friend from Sesame Street may be a big bird, but he’s tiny compared to some real birds that have roamed the earth in the past.
First reported in the 1700s, the disorder that's also called "Walking Corpse Syndrome" is still a mystery.
These critters are sneaky!
Bats are firmly rooted in Western vampire lore, but only three species, out of some 1100 in the order Chiroptera, actually have a taste for blood.
Time, money, and effort are being wasted and the world will be a worse place for it. Here are some ways scientists have been hit by the shutdown.
For every high-schooler scrambling to put together a hasty paper mache volcano, there’s a Conrad Farnsworth, a Wyoming high school senior who once built a working nuclear reactor in his dad’s garage.
Let's catch up with things that scared us 20 years ago, but don’t get the attention they once did.
Before home pregnancy tests, the most reliable test was just to wait and see. But women still wanted to know as early as possible whether or not they were harboring a tiny human.