The identification of an aluminum fragment found in 1991 by researchers may finally unravel the 77-year-old Amelia Earhart mystery.
A $200 million worth cargo rocket of a NASA contractor exploded in mid-air just six seconds after lift off from Wallops Island in Virginia.
Remains of a sunken ship found near the coast of Italy also include artifacts identified with the Roman Empire back in 218 to 210 BC.
Pope Francis says that scientific theory does not contradict religion.
The DNA of the oldest human genome indicated that early humans interbred with Neanderthals that began between 50,000 to 60,000 years ago.
A newly-discovered temple inside a massive prehistoric setting in Ukraine indicate that it was previously used for ritual animal sacrifices.
A new study has revealed that Viagra's active ingredient also improves heart conditions. So other than treating erectile dysfunction among men, the little blue pill can now be used as heart medication too.
About two weeks after this month's blood moon, a partial solar eclipse will be on display in North American skies on October 23, Thursday.
Hot on the heels of Typhoon Phanfone is Super Typhoon Vongfong, which has recently intensified into a Category 4 tropical cyclone and may become a Category 5 storm and stay in this level for much of Wednesday.
One of this month's most awaited astronomical events is the October 8 lunar eclipse, also known as the blood moon. Aside from details about how to catch the phenomenon, there also have been reports about the event being a sign that the world is ending.
A North Carolina lab has successfully grown human male sex organs in its own laboratory - a medical breakthrough that's seen to give hope to those with "congenital abnormalities" or injuries.
Expect a blood moon on Wednesday, the second for this year. This reddish moon will also be bigger than the first one, resembling a super moon but with an orange hue.
Scientists in Denmark have discovered a handy replacement for the heavy and bulky oxygen tanks and breathing apparatus used by scuba divers in breathing underwater.
There have been unusual archeological finds involving human remains, with some having wooden stakes driven into where the heart is supposed to be. However, a recent dig unearthed an uncommon, yet heartwarming, sight - a pair of centuries-old skeletons holding hands.
Two fishermen were in for a literally huge surprise when they pulled in an unusually large shrimp while fishing from a Fort Pierce dock.