Archaeologists dug up 14,400-year-old flatbread from the Black Desert, but the fact that its remains lasted all these years isn't the most surprising part. Scientists say this discovery proves that bread actually came before agriculture and farming.
The majestic Stonehenge is still largely a mystery, but researchers say that the prehistoric monument were built using Pythagoras' theorem. The discovery shines a spotlight on Neolithic builders' great capabilities in astronomy and geometry.
Albert Einstein's travel diaries reveal a different side to the famed physicist. While he’s a celebrated humanitarian later in his life, excerpts on his Asian travels show that he used to harbor racist ideas on Chinese people.
Ancient footprints from before dinosaurs even ruled the Earth were just found in southern China, suggesting that animals developed appendages far earlier than we believe.
Block the sun effectively with one of Consumer Reports' top-rating sunscreens of the year. The group's annual list states that chemical products are still a more effective option than mineral ones.
Two hundred million years ago, dinosaurs walked across the expanse of land that is now Utah. Today, the final traces of them are still in Red Fleet State Park, but unknowing tourists have been damaging the fossils irreperably.
On your next beach trip, read the fine print on the back of your sunscreen bottle. Oxybenzone and octinoxate are popular ingredients harmful to corals and marine life — and they're on the way to being banned in Hawaii.
Every year Earth’s glaciers vanish a little bit more. Here's what scientists are planning to preserve their memory.
Mohenjo Daro may be the key in unlocking the secrets of a vanished ancient civilization, but the only way to save it may be to keep it underground.
The glowing stream lights up only a few times a year.
This 11 herbs and spices could be the closely guarded secret of the fast food icon.
KELT-11b is considered to be an extreme version of a gas planet.
Two sets of skeletons were found buried under the walls of a castle in Korea. It is prominent in the Korean ancient culture to bury servants while they're still alive to serve dead kings in the afterlife.
Another idyllic paradise ruined by pollution.