A self-taught four-legged skater wowed the crowd in a London park with his skills on a board.
The passengers on British Airways Flight BA285 were ordered off the plane Wednesday when the mouse was seen running inside the aircraft.
The Mission: Impossible-style heist is one of the biggest hauls in the rare books trade ever.
There is an impending evolutionary arms race between deadly bacteria and antibiotics. Scientists may have found another novel, yet primal, way to make existing drugs more effective against antibiotic resistance.
2016 is indeed a year of reckoning. Minus the tensions and uncertainty in terms of politics and social upheaval, 2016 has been a huge year for the realm of technology and science.
A team of international scientists has uncovered the mechanism behind the mysterious killer fog that sweep across London for five days in December 1952.
London is upping its ante on the climate change battle after a historic reveal from Mayor Sadiq Khan. The London mayor announced that "dirty" diesel double-decker buses will be phased out from the city's bus fleet by 2018.
Flooding and a sinkhole required some passengers to be rescued as the bus got stuck in the flood with parts of it stuck on a sinkhole.
The ancient crocodile has been preserved for 2,500 years. It turns out, so has 48 of her baby crocs.
A baby aye-aye lemur, perhaps one of the creepiest animals in the world, graces the ZSL London zoo for the first time since its birth on July 1.
Air pollution on London’s roadways is experiencing a drop in total measurement. Further steps can be taken to continue eliminate this problem.
Researchers suggest erring on the side of caution when visiting Bushy and Richmond Parks in South London. A new study shows some ticks carry the bacterial parasite that causes Lyme disease.