As the saying goes, an ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure.
The construction of the world's longest sea bridge, a nearly decade-old project already bogged down by lawsuits, money problems, and other holdups, now has another complication to contend with: Some say parts of the bridge are "floating away," per the Guardian.
Martin promised to "deal with it personally."
Twenty-nine human footprints from the end of the last Ice Age are fueling discussion about America's first immigrants, Gizmodo reports.
Sgt. Paul Meyer was so homesick in 1969 that he drunkenly stole a military cargo plane and flew it over the English Channel—the last anyone saw of him.
It seems 25,000 signatures weren't enough to keep a Starbucks out of Yosemite.
Utah, Ohio, and Canada might soon be dotted with palm trees—because welcome to climate change.
Even if you don't do drugs, there's a surprisingly decent chance your fingerprints have traces of cocaine and even heroin.
It's the stuff of legend: A wagon from the Union Army supposedly lost a huge cache of gold bars while en route from Wheeling, West Virginia, to the US Mint in Philadelphia in 1863.
Scientists are sometimes tasked with saving animals from extinction.
Thanks, in all likelihood, to a tuberculosis-infected badger, a zoo in England has had to put 60 mammal species on birth control via injections, implants, tablets, and IUDs, the BBC reports.
After the Pearl Harbor attack, Anthony Acevedo was determined to defend his homeland—which meant returning to it.
In the real world, fatal animal encounters are more My Girl than Jaws.
With the coming of spring, people will be putting away the extra blankets that kept them warm through a chilly winter.
Tactics are apparently rough in the business of online dinner reservations.
BlackBerry Limited has long been proud of its messaging app—so much so that it's now suing Facebook and its Instagram and WhatsApp subdivisions for ripping off key features.
Last month, reports emerged about a strange workplace hazard at Apple's sleek new headquarters in Cupertino.
Whether or not Craig Wright invented bitcoin, his early involvement in the cryptocurrency is clear.
Since 2011, NASA has been upgrading a mobile launcher originally built for the Ares I vehicle to fit its massive Space Launch System rocket.
When an iceberg the size of Delaware separated from the Larsen C ice shelf last July, it uncovered an Antarctic marine habitat that had been hidden from the rest of the world for over 120,000 years, Quartz reports.