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.
The coins were supposed to be for goodluck, but it ended up killing a precious creature.
Scientists are investigating the origin of fast radio bursts detected by the Arecibo Observatory in Puerto Rico. They did not rule out the possibility that the signals were sent by an alien civilization.
SpaceX is working with NASA in identifying potential landing sites on Mars. The difficult part is that the region has to have both ice and enough sunlight.
A 10-month old child from Ivory Coast, West Africa is currently recovering from an operation that successfully removed an extra set of legs from her body.
Most teenagers who got addicted with opioids first received drugs with the help of a prescription from doctors.
The trending chicken in one Facebook video is real. The monstrous animal is a Brahma chicken that can grow up to 18 pounds.
ESA's Rosetta probe captured images that could prove that there are landslides on the surface of comet 67P. The changing weather, geologic process and mechanical effects of spinning are some of the reasons cited that's causing erosion.
The world will witness the pink full moon this April. But experts warn that there would be no difference with the appearance of the moon. It is called as such to signify the blooming period of a spring flower called wild ground phlox.
In efforts to clean up the sacred rivers, India has declared Ganges and Yamuna the status of living entities.
Robotics may soon be powered by tree-inspired chips.
It's hard to imagine a dog caring about their sagging chin or the shape of their nose, but plastic surgery for pups are becoming a thriving industry.
Funnel web spider's venom holds a harmless ingredient that could be used to prevent damage caused by stroke.
The palm-fringed paradise is hoping more tourists will help turn things around for their vulnerable nation.
Over 90 percemt of the rusty patched bumblebee population has been wiped out primarily due to disease, pesticide exposure, habitat loss and climate change. At present, they are only found in small, scattered populations in 13 states.