What cities, states and countries are most at risk from rising sea levels? What can they do to protect themselves?
A massive Antarctic ice shelf that covered an area about the size of New York City or Rome just collapsed into the ocean.
The graves of dozens of early British kings, queens, princes and princesses from King Arthur's era have been revealed.
On March 25, thousands of young people around the world mobilized to demand government action to curb climate change.
The Russian invasion of Ukraine is being felt far and wide, from risks to nuclear power plants to impacts on science experiments to fear of a nuclear war.
Scientists think Ryugu may have been made by gravity squishing the asteroid's rocky contents together after its ice melted.
Inside All About History 115: Learn how Stalin secured his iron grip on power through terror and imprisoning or executing his enemies.
New York mathematician Dennis Sullivan was awarded the prestigious Abel Prize for his contributions to topology and dynamical systems, a foundation of chaos theory.
Researchers plan to launch two rockets into the heart of the northern lights. Here's what they might find.
Archaeologists in Egypt have discovered five well-preserved tombs from around the time of the sixth dynasty.
The circles could come from giant explosions in space, but what is causing the explosions is still a mystery.
Scientists tagged six great white sharks near Mexico's Guadalupe Island to monitor their social interactions. It turns out sharks love to hang out with their buddies.
Here's a look at the science behind COVID-19 variants, such as omicron and delta, and which coronavirus mutants are the most concerning in different areas.