Neil deGrasse Tyson will not go to Mars aboard SpaceX's spacecraft until the mother of the company's founder Elon Musk try the trip herself and return to Earth safely.
What's keeping this mysterious crater from perpetually burning for decades?
Southern California's iconic beaches are in danger of complete erosion in the coming 100 years.
Film technology offers a safe way to store the world's precious knowledge for at least 500 years.
Mexico's tourist board, together with advertising agency Lapiz just made all tequila lovers' dream come true, as they revealed at a Berlin art gallery this week clouds that rain tequila instead of water.
Ready to fly outside Earth? Jeff Bezos' space company, Blue Origin, has released images of its new space tourism vehicle, New Shepard.
The seven students and one teacher from Otawara High School in Tochigi Prefecture were attending a climbing event in the town of Nasu when the incident happened on Monday at around 8:30 a.m.
The team discovered well-preserved dinosaur tracks that are so diverse, it almost covers the entire fossil record of dinosaurs found in west Australia.
This tourist spot and bunny sanctuary has dark roots in World War II.
A man who got lost in the Amazon forest for nine days claims he survive with the help from wild monkeys.
Instead of looking up, why not fly through the dazzling natural light show?
The largest diamond (968.9 carats) in the area was found in 1972 and sold for $2.5 million. Despite the rarity, Momoh surrendered the diamond to President Ernest Bai Koroma as a form of appreciation for all the development projects being implemented by the government in their area.
Many deem bullfighting as a cruel activity which puts bulls in the wrong light. Humane Society International (HSI) notes that there is an estimated 250,000 bulls killed every year in Europe for the bullfighting.
After nearly a year of restoration efforts, the burial place of Jesus opens its doors in Jerusalem. However, scientists fear it stands on shaky ground.
Amid a new Al-Qaeda terror threat, the British government announces it will ban electronic devices on flights from six Middle Eastern nations --- Turkey, Lebanon, Jordan, Egypt, Tunisia and Saudi Arabia.