From questionable shipwrecks to outright attacks, the Sentinelese clearly don't want to be bothered.
The weirdest thing about the 21 feet found near Vancouver since 2007? Foul play has been ruled out.
Stories of child prodigies and the naturally gifted hide the fact that success is built on more than talent alone.
Scientists may have detected the somewhat smelly chemical dimethyl sulfide on a planet 120 light-years from Earth.
When Cameroon's Lakes Monoun and Nyos exploded, they released clouds of carbon dioxide that suffocated everything in its wake.
Long before Christopher and Magellan, ancient explorers voyaged into the unknown and brought home extraordinary tales.
The most momentous and significant events in our lives are the ones we do not see coming. Life is defined by the unforeseen.
If cocaine affects sharks at all, it does so as an anesthetic, not as a stimulant.
When you turn a map of East Asia upside down, Beijing’s geographic constraints and regional ambitions become much clearer.
True north, magnetic north, and grid north have aligned. There's also a connection to James Bond.
Only Caesar lived to tell the tale.
Before Constantine received his history-defining vision, a pagan Sun god paved the way for Jesus Christ’s triumphal entry into the Eternal City.
"Spanish Stonehenge" contains 526 giant stones, three circular burial sites, a quarry, and four necropolises.
His crime was so great, he was not only sentenced to death but his name was to be erased from memory.
Small spiders use their silk threads to passively fly, a process called ballooning. Learning how could help atmospheric scientists.
No amount of success can overcome imposter syndrome without a mindset geared toward growth.
The strange bronze artifact perplexed scholars for more than a century, including how it traveled so far from home.
St Nick had a history of teleporting long before needing to reach all the world's children in one night.
New research finds that dinosaurs were already adapted to living in cold climates before the end-Triassic mass extinction. But how?
Humanity is never fully in control of its creations. This lesson from Mary Shelley has remained relevant for over 200 years.
A famous explorer's doomed ship is finally found 107 years after it was lost to the Antarctic deep.
Is history decided by discernible laws or does it unfold based on random, unpredictable occurrences?
Human beings are descendants of these early tetrapods – at least those who made a new life on land.
Solving the supply chain crisis before the global economy tanks is going to require many creative approaches. Flexport’s Ryan Petersen has one that just might work.
When you wish upon a star, it probably makes a difference who you are.