The onset of the avocado craze, which has become a popular topping on salads and burritos, has caused a drastic effect on the forests in Mexico. The consumer demand for the green fruit has resulted to expanded groves and deforestation.
The year 2016 has been full of surprises, from political to space issues, but with only two months until it ends, the 2016 skies will give aficionados a spectacle of a lifetime. After the supermoon on Oct. 14, two more will come in November and December, the former being one of the biggest supermoons in 69 years.
Three fishermen from Oman have stumbled a very rare and precious catch: a giant lump of ambergris or whale vomit. The ambergris weighs more than176 pounds and is estimated to be worth $3 million.
In the past, invisibility is just something you could find in fiction books and movies such as "Harry Potter" and "Star Trek," but now, this sci-fi dream is slowly turning into reality. A team of researchers has developed an "invisibility cloak" for high-tech processing computer chips to improve speed using less power.
Ever wondered why humans burts into an involuntary laugh when tickled? A new study reveals that the same effect happens on rats too, and it may be traced to brain activity.
A recent study reveals that teens who vape or use e-cigarettes often have a higher possibility of becoming heavy cigarettes smokers in just six months.
A highly classified Kremlin video has allegedly leaked online, showing a meeting between Vladimir Putin and incumbent Vice President Joe Biden, with the Russian leader warning Russia of an alleged alien invasion in September2017.
Donald Trump's victory on the US presidency over Hillary Clinton came as a shock not only to the US and economy but also to ongoing climate change negotiations. Trump, who has expressed his doubts on the truth behind climate change, says that he will "cancel" the Paris climate change agreement once elected.
After Donald Trump winning the US 2016 elections over Hillary Clinton, social media has gone berserk on what the future entails for the US. Don't worry, NASA has a solution, it wants you to go to Mars.
Costa Rica has turned its back on fossil fuels and is running on renewable energy for two months now, proving that a country did not have to rely on fossil fuel to keep its engine going all year round.
The supermoon craze is back! This month, stargazing aficionados will get the chance of a lifetime as the supermoon in November will be the biggest in 70 years since 1948.
The Thirty Meter Telescope (TMT), one of the world's biggest telescope, may soon move from Hawaii to Spain as it faces opposition from indigenous Hawaiian groups, saying that its proposed site is sacred.
The US Food and Drug Administration is in a quandary as Ferrero, the maker of Nutella, is pushing to reclassify its product from a dessert to a breakfast spread.
A team of scientists from Virginia Tech is working on a revolutionary way on how to use solar panels by making it flexible, turning them into everyday objects while producing renewable solar energy.