Ancient great white sharks could have driven their massive megalodon cousins into extinction by stealing their prey, a new study has revealed.
Ukrainian military officials released a video of the moment it says shows soldiers firing a rocket at a Russian reconnaissance vehicle.
The Department of Justice has accused Suleiman Kerimov of using U.S. bank accounts to pay for the superyacht's upkeep.
The horns from endangered black rhinos are worth more than $428,000 on the black market and were being sent to Vietnam.
The new carbon capture system is said to remove carbon dioxide directly from the atmosphere "with unprecedented performance."
The Russian space agency said that "the launch of the Progress MS-20 cargo ship will be dedicated to the Donbass."
Animal activists have stripped down to protest against royal guards' iconic bearskin hats ahead of the Queen's Platinum Jubilee.
Their fast reaction allowed them to discover over 100 ancient clay tablets.
A bald British fugitive who allegedly killed a waiter could be hiding undercover in Spain by wearing a toupee, police say.
Images show a Russian armored vehicle being blown up by Ukrainian ordnance as two other vehicles scurry away.
A man who threw a cup of hot coffee over a 76-year-old man making him wait to pay in a store is facing assault charges after punching the older man, police say.
Leonid Pasechnik said three people were killed, with four children and 10 adults injured, during shelling in Svatovo by Ukrainian troops.
The young woman reportedly survived with a fractured skull after the incident, which took place in the city of Gonzalez Catan, in eastern Argentina.
Colombian authorities have said this type of turtle is considered a delicacy at Easter in the devout, primarily Catholic country.
The Kremlin's footage of the "mock attack" shows Russian submariners leaving an unnamed port and preparing for the operation.
A Siberian flying squirrel and two kittens surprised a photographer deep in the woods of Southern Finland.
The sculpture is intended to show the power of solidarity and is on display in Vienna, Austria.
Recalls of the chocolate eggs right before Easter were prompted by possible salmonella cases.
The silverback came to the zoo to produce offspring, but did not initially fulfill his charge. In time, patience paid off.
Such substances are bad for people's health over the long run, medical researchers in Austria say.
Armor served dual functions — both as protective battle gear and fashion statement. And it was worn by men and women alike.
The art doesn't exist. Yves Klein was selling an experience — "zones of immaterial pictorial sensibility."
The idea is that the fans' journey to the Harry Potter exhibition and museum can mirror Harry's ride to Hogwarts.
The retiree says he'll spend part of the money on home repairs and put the rest into savings.
A Florida woman is being held on an attempted first-degree murder charge after attacking an officer who offered her assistance.
A West Virginia mother is charged with felony concealment of a child. The court ordered her to return the girl to her father, but both remain missing.
Foreign seasonal workers, including many Ukrainians, do most of the picking of crops throughout Europe.