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An Australian naturalist claims to have captured video footage of the elusive night parrot, a bird not found alive for more than a century.
A group of police and park officials rescued a group of five men who had been treed by six tiger for five days in the Mount Leuser National Park in Indonesia.
A preliminary report released Saturday reveals that fast-moving flames entrapped the 19 elite hotshots on Yarnell Hill before they were able to retreat.
SpaceX has carried out its first "full navigation" launch of the reusable Grasshopper rocket.
Chris Froome put in a dominating performance on the first mountain stage of the Tour de France, soloing to the finish at Ax 3 Domaines over 50 seconds ahead of the nearest finisher...
A missing American schooner with seven people aboard sent an undelivered text message a month ago.
Andre Greipel sprinted to a dramatic win in the sixth stage of the Tour de France in the wake of a hectic day five filled with crashes and abandons.
A disease spread by deer ticks has infected over 100,000 New Yorkers since the state began tracking the malady.
Inside the dispute that ended with one of American's post promising riders leaving the Tour.
An international team of meteorologists announced Monday that they've discovered a new way to forecast El Nino a year ahead of time, doubling the current lead team experts have.
Orica-GreenEdge took the win in today's team time trial over Omega Pharma-Quick Step, vaunting stage 3 winner Simon Gerrans into the yellow jersey.
The state Board of Land and Natural Resources has banned scuba-assisted spearfishing off West Hawaii and has limited aquarium fish collection to 40 species.
The microbeads—tiny exfoliating pieces of plastic—in your face wash are polluting the Great Lakes and killing fish, according to a study publish in Marine Pollution Biology.
Buttercup, the peg-leg duck, is set to receive a 3-D printed prosthetic foot this weekend.
You're in denial about your health. According to a new study commissioned by the health insurance company Aetna, most Americans exercise for vanity's sake and think they're healthier than they really...