All of nearly 1,800 glaciers on an island in Canada’s High Arctic have shrunk since the turn of the century, with three-quarters of them seeing a significant loss, according to a new study warning many could be on their last legs.
The US military was apparently on to something when it began treating soldiers’ uniforms with permethrin in the 1980s.
Police in Maryland hope to track down a rapist and murderer who struck decades ago with an image crafted using his own DNA.
The list of ways humans have altered the planet continues to grow: Animals are becoming more nocturnal, possibly as a means of avoiding the superpredators we’ve become, per a new study.
The buyer of a painting reportedly stolen by Nazis wants some $800,000 from Christie’s auction house, which he claims “didn’t do enough work” to clear the provenance of Alfred Sisley’s “First Day of Spring in Moret.”
Amazon has released an Android browser in India dubbed “Internet,” per the Verge—but that’s not what the chief minister of Tripura state was referring to Tuesday when he claimed the Internet was invented in India long ago.
Utah, Ohio, and Canada might soon be dotted with palm trees—because welcome to climate change.
Scientists are sometimes tasked with saving animals from extinction.
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.