The Smithsonian Institution is releasing a whopping 2.8 million high-res, two- and three-dimensional images from its collections to a new Open Access online platform. The material comes from all 19 Smithsonian museums, nine research centers, libraries, archives and the National Zoo, and it's available
The Bermuda Triangle has been mystified as a deadly patch of ocean where sailors and pilots disappear. We're breaking down its most legendary tales.
This geostationary operational environmental satellite image (GOES) East image was captured on March 20, 2019, at 8 a.m. ET prior to the equinox. (Photo courtesy NOAA National Environmental Satellite, Data, and Information Service (NESDIS)) Those hoping for an early spring this year will get their
A bizarre sunfish washed up in California last year and created a worldwide furor: Scientists were shocked to find the hoodwinker so far from home.
Some naturopathic micro-influencers are taking to YouTube and Instagram to recommend megadoses of vitamins to treat coronavirus symptoms.
Everett, Wash.-based OceanGate says it's forged an agreement with NASA to support the development of carbon-fiber pressure vessels that could handle the crushing demands of deep-sea exploration — as well as the strains encountered in the vacuum of space. The agreement calls for NASA's Marshall
Most travel providers won't offer a refund or let you change plans just because of coronavirus concerns, but you still have options if you're worried.
As the coronavirus threatens to cancel the Olympics and shuts down small towns, Bumble and Hinge users are finding ways to poke fun at the outbreak.
COVID-19 has infected more than 320 people in Italy and killed 12, prompting officials to put entire towns on lockdown.
Africa's worst locust plague in decades is threatening the continent, and there's no telling just how far the ravenous creatures will travel.
The cases include 42 passengers from the Diamond Princess cruise ship and three evacuees who returned from Wuhan.
Cases of the coronavirus has been reported in 40 countries outside of China, with 60 cases in the US.
Wearing a mask won't protect the average person from the coronavirus as well as washing hands and avoiding contact with anyone who could be infected.
Face masks have become increasingly scarce and demand continues to skyrocket as China and dozens of other countries battle the novel coronavirus.
As colder air begins to push into the eastern United States, a brief episode of gusty downpours is forecast to roll through areas from North Carolina to Pennsylvania Wednesday night.The storms will organize over the mountains of western Virginia, the panhandles of Maryland and West Virginia and south-central
Above-average pollen levels are expected to affect a massive area of the United States stretching from Texas to Maine this season, according to AccuWeather's annual spring allergy forecast released on Feb. 26, 2020. (AccuWeather) The arrival of spring is just a few weeks away, and many are looking
In San Fiorano, life is on pause for two weeks during a coronavirus lockdown. One local documented what life is like. Take a look.
As water levels reach record-breaking levels along the River Severn, floodwaters have been pouring into towns and threatening to breach barriers in others.An unsettled pattern over the British Isles has brought rounds of rain to the region, including downpours from windstorms Ciara and Dennis.As rainfall
Household cleaners like bleach, Clorox and Lysol probably kill the coronavirus on surfaces, but the more likely source of infection is between people.
Panic arises when people overestimate a threat and underestimate their coping abilities, which media coverage can perpetuate.
A dynamic storm packing hefty snowfall over the Midwest will pave the way for a weak storm that will spread snow farther south across portions of the middle Mississippi and lower Ohio valleys and southern Appalachians as the last days of February wind down. The storm can bring enough wintry precipitation
About 200 Shincheonji members met in Wuhan and mostly ignored rumors of the virus that began to swirl as early as November, a churchgoer said.
Health and Human Services Secretary Alex Azar said the US needs 300 million masks for health workers as the country braces for more coronavirus cases.