Scientists have confirmed a sizable improvement in ozone levels over the past decade. The news is a testament to the world's noble dedication to reducing usage of hazardous chemicals.
In the next few decades, climate change is going to displace millions of people. Scott Leckie of Business Spectator has penned an article detailing his ideas on how world leaders need to prepare for this imminent crisis.
Christian theologists have long grappled with how the discovery of extraterrestrial life would fit within the parameters of Christian history and ideology. Unsurprisingly, opinions on the matter are diverse.
A recently discovered crater in the Yamal peninsula region of Siberia has scientists scratching their heads as to how exactly it formed.
The New Horizons spacecraft, which launched in 2006, will be the first man-made object to pass by and collect information on Pluto when it arrives at the dwarf planet on July 14, 2015.
The legendary Apollo astronaut and 2nd man to walk the moon visited Reddit for an engaging AMA featuring discussion about Elon Musk, Mars, and -- naturally -- ice cream.
Dry conditions continue to plague the Golden State as the statewide drought expands. Extreme drought conditions extend from the Oregon Border all throughout Central California and as far south as Orange County.
A group of North Korean architects were told to design futuristic buildings free of constraints. Their designs present a vision of a sci-fi DPRK.
Mars One, the Dutch non-profit that last year sent out a call for volunteers for a one-way mission to Mars, is now accepting proposals for science experiments to be sent in payloads to the red planet by 2018.
Gliese 832c, discovered by a team of Australian scientists, is among the top three most similar known planets to Earth.
Pollinators such as the common honey bee contribute as much as $15 billion to the United States agricultural market. With bee populations experiencing a staggering decline, the U.S. government is taking steps to try and save them.
While this is one violent storm, scientists were actually the most surprised by how much the hurricane seems to resemble one on Earth.
When water warms in the tropical Pacific Ocean, different types of tuna will migrate into the waters near San Diego. Keeping track of a fisherman's catch can help meteorologists predict the severity of an oncoming El Niño.