Bill Nye the Science Guy talks about what he would get our planet for Earth Day and "evidence-based optimism" in light of his latest show, "The End is Nye."
The Chernobyl Nuclear Power Plant explosion resulted in the most horrific nuclear disaster in the world.
By comparing the few known bones of the sauropod Mamenchisaurus sinocanadorum with its relatives, experts have extrapolated its tremendous neck length.
Here's a look at when the time changes for daylight saving time and who instituted daylight savings in the first place.
A new reconstruction of one of Norway's oldest known skeletons shows a teenager with an unusual skull who may have died alone in a cave.
For Valentine's Day, Live Science gathers together some of the more extravagant and outlandish courtship rituals in the animal kingdom.
A deep dive into "bog bodies" reveals that this practice started in southern Scandinavia during the Neolithic and spread throughout Northern Europe.
Here are 10 stunning gold and silver treasures, dating from millennia to centuries ago, that came to light in 2022.
From when our ancient relatives began walking on two feet to the first known medical amputation on Homo sapiens, here's what we learned in 2022 about our human ancestors.
What happens during the winter solstice? Here's why this day is the shortest day of the year, with the fewest hours of daylight. The winter solstice falls on Dec. 21 or 22 every year in the Northern Hemisphere.
About 90% of all species went extinct during the "Great Dying" around 252 million years ago, but in the case of one paleo-beast — the so-called gorgon — reports of its death were greatly exaggerated, new research finds.
Turkeys can fly, blush and are distant relatives of Tyrannosaurus rex. Read on to learn more about these Thanksgiving divas.
Juvenile duck-billed dinosaurs likely hung out in cliques, away from their original herd, an analysis of two bonebeds reveals.
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Pachycephalosaurs probably didn't butt heads at high speeds. Instead, they likely kickboxed like kangaroos.
Archaeologists in Sweden excavating a Viking grave field have uncovered two burials containing swords standing upright.
A giant, ostrich-like dinosaur and its smaller cousin, also an ornithomimosaur, sprinted through what is now Mississippi about 85 million years ago.
Archaeologists in Syria have discovered a stunning mosaic featuring depictions of the Trojan War, Hercules and Neptune dating to the fourth century A.D.
The dinosaur-killing asteroid triggered mile-high monster waves and waters that reached the world over.
Paleontologists are unhappy that a T. rex specimen from Montana is hitting the auction block in Hong Kong in November.
Earlier this year, a study claimed that Tyrannosaurus rex was actually three separate species. Now, a new study refutes that claim and shows that T. rex is just one species.
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