Why is the world map you know wrong?
Here's why flat world maps always have distortions.
Bigfoot, or Sasquatch, is a large ape-like creature some people believe inhabits North America but there's no hard evidence it actually exists.
Cannabis has long been called "skunky." Turns out, stinky sulfurous compounds are to blame.
A supremely weird new video shows a goldfish driving a water-filled, motorized "car" to help scientists understand how they navigate on land.
Here's how the term "horsepower" got its start and why we still use it today.
A rundown of some of the strangest things the sea carried to the shores this year.
If humans suddenly went extinct, what animals are most likely to develop human-like societies?
A new study of swarming bacteria has created microscope images that resemble Vincent van Gogh's paintings.
Conspiracy theories that have taken hold range from a faked moon landing to Barack Obama's birthplace to chemtrails.
An investigation into a recent collision involving a nuclear-powered U.S. submarine has revealed it hit an unmapped seamount in the South China Sea.
Lord Martin Rees argues that if humans do find intelligent alien life, it will be artificial not biological.
Here's what would happen if the speed of light were orders of magnitude slower.
UFO enthusiasts who rallied in 2019 to invade Area 51 may have been joking about "storming" the base. But law enforcement officials took the idea very, very seriously.
More than 90 rattlesnakes were pulled from the foundation of a California home, where the snakes may have been gathering to give birth.
Here's how alcohol can help preserve DNA, tissue samples and even entire organisms.
Researchers are set to break the world record for the most precise value of pi, after using an advanced computer to calculate the famous constant to 62.8 trillion decimal places.
Two aircrafts flying over Canada reported a "bright green UFO" that disappeared into the clouds on July 30.
In a new experiment, scientists turned water into a shiny, yellowish metal.
Why are common household items like baking soda and vinegar such good cleaning agents?