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Can you get Ebola from your pets?
Monarch butterflies are disappearing, in large part due to milkweed loss tied to the rise in genetically modified crops, but voters in Oregon and Colorado have a chance to counter that trend on Nov. 4.
By removing the horn, we remove the motive for poaching.
SpaceShipTwo, Virgin Galactic's passenger spacecraft, experienced an 'anomaly' during its fourth rocket-powered test flight on Friday, Oct. 31. See the latest details here.
A wayward gray wolf has been spotted several times this month around the North Rim of Grand Canyon National Park. It could be the first of its species to roam Arizona in 70 years.
Two experimental vaccines against Ebola are currently being tested for safety, and health officials have said that millions of doses could be available by the end of next year. But how do the vaccines work?
Children and adults alike are digging out those spooky costumes ready for a celebration. We’ve reached that time of year again: Halloween. October 31 is dedicated to remembering the dead.
The Earth will never catch up to the moon (let's hope), but the number of Ordovician craters may soon takeoff. That's because it's easier and cheaper than ever to sniff out the shocked minerals that confirm an impact.
Just in time for Halloween, a spooky set of thunderstorms passed over the Eastern Pacific Ocean today.
While exorcisms, in which demonic spirits are driven out of a supposedly possessed person, may seem a dark practice relevant only on TV screens, they have long been recognized by the Catholic Church and several religions.
Halloween is upon us tonight and it’s all just a bit of harmless fun, right? Or is there truly a dark side to Halloween?
It's true: Scratching an itch does only make it worse. Now scientists have some ideas about why that happens.
Facts about the zombie phenomenon in pop culture, movies and gaming.
Wandering around the windowsills and kitchen floors of New England is a common spider with a surprisingly nasty bite.
Governors are playing politics by quarantining those who can help fix the Ebola crisis.
From their origins as the oldest domesticated plant to their maximum size, here are some interesting facts about pumpkins
Through text messing, the not-for-profit group Creating Community Solutions, is asking Americans to start a conversation with others on mental health.
Before you run out for some Lysol, please read this.