If they had timed their escape just right, three prisoners who slipped out of Alcatraz more than 50 years ago on a raft made from raincoats would have had a chance of survival,...
He lay on his side, clutching a bronze dagger, undiscovered in a shallow field in the UK for four millennia til a metal detector hit upon his dagger.
David Speegle lived with his two successive spouses – Winifred Crawford and Nancy Garren – in 19th century Alabama. Between his two wives, Speegle had about 30 children and...
Hair loss sufferers may have to look no further than their local beekeeper for a cure. According to the American Chemical Society, scientists from Hokkaido University in Japan...
Scientists have been pondering why people who lived on Easter Island (or Rapa Nui) appear to have eaten palm trees—a primary crop, reports Nature World News—for...
A new world record is making the future of solar energy look pretty bright.
A sex-changing California fish is growing bigger and gobbling up more sea urchins after a decade of being protected from fishing, a new study finds
In 1200BC, an earthquake took down a 43-foot statue of Amenhotep III, the grandfather of Tutankhamun.
The days of the white-throated snapping turtle (Elseya albagula) appear to be numbered, according to the Australian government, which has recently declared them critically...