Ethiopia is facing one of the worst famines - this is one of the worst in the past 50 years. Africa has always been one of the worst affected when it comes to famines and draughts.
Recent results of an exploration led by the Alfred Wegener Institute (AWI) shows what appears to be evidence that 6 to 10 million years ago, the Arctic Ocean is iceless during the summer season.
Ground control to Major Sam! Sam the dog is on the loose -- not just in any dog park, but after his trip to the edge of space.
Prince William and his wife, Kate Middleton, have been the subject of all media frenzy. The royal couple is currently in India for a seven-day royal tour of India and Bhutan. For those dreaming to follow the footsteps of the royal couple, here are the top five royal places to visit in India.
Mayday, mayday! We have trouble in space. NASA's exoplanet hunter, Kepler, which is stationed 75 million miles away from home, malfunctions. In a routine scheduled contact, the Kepler entered into Emergency Mode, alarming NASA's engineers.
In the movie "Castaway," Tom Hanks and his "buddy" Wilson were rescued after they spent four years stranded on an Island due to a plane crash. If you think this only happens in the movies, think again. The U.S. Coast Guard reported that three men were rescued after being stranded on a deserted island in Hawaii.
The "Keeping Up With The Kardashians" clan escaped the summer heat by heading up to Vail, Colorado for a surprise vacation on Tuesday, April 5. However, nowhere to be found is Rob Kardashian and her fiance, Blac Chyna.
A couple frolicking at the beach on a jet ski didn't know their lives would be in danger.
Beach trips are the top vacation choice of many. With the fast-phased life today, it is but fitting to indulge in luxurious swim trips every now and then.
Over the last few years, studies revealed a few amazing facts about the Stonehenge. Here are a few of them.
It's reminiscent of a scene in "The Martian" movie where Matt Damon successfully grew and ate potatoes in Mars. Except this time, it's happening in real life.
BEAM me up, Scotty! NASA recently partnered with the private company Bigelow Aerospace to develop the Bigelow Expandable Activity Module, also known as BEAM. Launched into space this Friday, it's an inflatable inhabitation module that can help provide astronauts with "safe and sustainable space living quarters, workspaces and laboratories."