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An experiment comparing cousins from across the pond may help explain a British squirrel invasion.
A small city in remote Alaska is working to reduce contamination from the nearby Red Dog Mine.
...or it may not. Scientists aren’t quite sure what will happen to the shrinking mega-storm.
As volunteers close in on a solution for a community of abandoned pet rabbits, dozens of them were found poisoned in a park.
Remains of giant sloths and proto-elephants were found interspersed with burnt human bones and ceramics in Mexico's Sac Actun cave system.
Despite the ongoing plunder of the world’s sea cucumbers, the U.S. seems set on barring inspections of their exports.
By sequencing DNA in a 1,000-year-old tooth, researchers were able to find genetic matches between ancient and living populations in the Caribbean.
The theft of an artifact that was part of an ancient royal mausoleum is causing international uproar.
A startup in Chicago is rethinking the way low-income Americans apply for social services.
Back in the day, getting a lock of a president’s hair was cool, not creepy.
The breakthrough moves researchers a small step closer to growing human organs for medical transplant.
A sweeping look at 10 species of seabirds gives insight into why their numbers have plummeted over the past 60 years.
The discovery offers new insight into the creative process of the innovative artist.
A new study finds "hot spots" where animals that turn white for the winter could thrive in a less snowy world.
Several sinkholes opened up in a retirement community overnight, and authorities are working to fix the situation.
Vibranium, the metal in the movie, doesn't exist in real life, but this substance might be the closest we can get.
Scientists finally got a camera on one of the small, elusive whales and can now see what their lives are like.
The remarkable results suggest a route for future medications, but a great deal of work remains.
Scientists will leave sensors in the hole to better understand the long-term changes in the ice, which may have big implications for global sea level.
Perhaps not the way you’d expect …