The Incas used a secret language to exchange messages: the khipus. Until now, the code has never been deciphered, but new clues could finally unravel the mystery.
A self-taught four-legged skater wowed the crowd in a London park with his skills on a board.
Plasma from human umbilical cords and younger mice have surprisingly proven to improve cognitive function of old mice.
Turn rush hour woes into electricity? We're in.
The 17th century Native American settlement have been lost for hundreds of years, but it might have just been sitting in the heart of Kansas.
Archaeologists discovered a treasure trove of mummies, sacrophagi and statues in an ancient tomb of a nobleman.
Chalk it up to beaver awesomeness. Ranchers were tickled to see one able to herd 150 cattle with no problem.
Another unexpected consequence of the rapidly changing climate: a river has suddenly vanished in Canada as the water heads in the opposite direction of its usual route.
Scientists shows how nature can evolve to create bonds between carbon and silicon.
Feral cats have outnumbered people in some Japanese islands.
For four decades, Mali has been trapped in a tiny concrete enclosure without friends, space and adequate medical care.
We'll be colonizing the Red Planet through 3D printing technology.
There are two major light shows coming this week that are worth checking out.
Scientists have known about the existence "unicorn" species of a shipworm for centuries, but this is the first time the world has ever seen one.