New research shows corals can re-emit sunlight as a red-orange glow.
Uranus is pretty strange. Especially its magnetosphere.
In the first analysis of its kind, researchers predict climate change will cost the United States dearly.
The acceleration is driven by expansion of water and melting ice sheets.
Monsanto is appealing the ruling that classifies the herbicide glyphosate, the main ingredient in Roundup, as a known carcinogen.
The researchers found that taking vitamin D decreased inflammation, redness and swelling, compared with taking a placebo, and this effect increased in proportion to how much was consumed.
Soccer (or do you say football?) players move about the field like churned-up particles.
People are buying larger-caliber handguns, and they're not for hunting or recreation.
The heads of the Interior and the EPA have defend Trump's plans to cut budgets.
These predators are afraid of the human “super predator.”
This is the first case in the forensic science literature about a cane sword, or swordstick, being used to kill.
Nearly 10,000 wildebeest die in mass drownings almost every year, and that's a good thing.
This is the largest study of ancient cat DNA to date.
This is the first study to show that vitamin D can help reduce skin inflammation.
An egg a day keeps the doctor away.
David Bernhardt is likely to become deputy interior secretary, despite a long history of lobbying for oil and mining companies.
Environmental groups decried Ryan Zinke's announcement.
Researchers have never before witnessed this phenomenon, akin to a microscopic black hole.
The study looked at DNA from more than 150 ancient Egyptian mummies.
'We have that Western, swashbuckling, cowboying type of way to deal with things. It’s part of the culture,' state representative says.
A diet rich in fiber helps prevent obesity and inflammation, which make the development and symptoms of arthritis worse.
Much of the risk of mental health problems stems from the lack of community cohesion in urban areas and the extent of societal disorder.
No queen of the ant species had been seen since 1887; now many colonies have been collected.
These Ebola-neutralizing antibodies can hopefully be used to treat humans in the near future.
Omar is a very special Maine coon cat and likely the world’s longest.
Survivors of the Ebola virus often have serious visual problems, and a new study helps explain why.
The largest study of Javan rhinos suggests these beasts are hovering on the edge of extinction.