Reports circulating online showed a polar bear and other animals being kept inside a Chinese mall, where they live in horrifying conditions in exchange for selfies.
The Ninth U.S. Circuit Court of San Francisco has ruled out the use of the U.S. Navy's low-frequency sonar as it could harm and may even cause death to whales and other marine species.
As it turns out, the oceans did not contain toxic sulphate, but instead, iron.
Two exoplanets in another planetary system are discovered to be rocky and researchers are studying their atmospheres to see if they can host life.
A new study suggests that that people exposed to loud noises in their work and home are more likely to experience a ringing sensation in their ear or a condition known as tinnitus.
Hy-Vee issue a voluntary recall of their 15-ounce canned no-salt black beans after a customer reported finding a partial ink pen inside the container.
A preschool in Washington was temporarily closed as a precautionary measure following the hospitalization of two of its student due to STEC infection.
A new study showed that low-frequency earthquakes along the San Andreas Fault tend to occur during the waxing period of the tidal cycle.
Researchers conducted a trial to prove that the human eye can detect the smallest unit of light called photons.
An intense heat will spread across the U.S. over the next few days, with some places forecasted to reach above average temperatures.
The record-breaking mega-eruption that lasted for 180 days has produced a rare caldera collapse, a geological phenomenon that happens only for a number of times in a century.
Watch as EPIC satellite captures 365 days of the Earth from space.
New climate predictions showed that trees in boreal forest are only going to be benefited by the warming temperature for a short time and will reach its tipping point by 2050.
This new study further supports evidence that animals can also experience and feel emotions, similar to humans.
Mother Nature is the best teacher – this is what recent study has shown. Apart from taking learning outdoors, the latest studies show that schools powered by nature have shown an increase in academic achievement. In fact, one school in Hatfield, UK, has already walked the eco-friendly path.