Cockroaches are harmless, but they are pests. They're almost impossible to kill with their hard exoskeleton and fast movements. Now, a strain of cockroaches in Europe has now evolved to outsmart the sugar traps that are used to eradicate them.
If you're in North America, you may be in luck to check out a lunar eclipse-if you're up late tonight, that is, and have your binoculars in check.
U.S. forecasters report that after Superstorm Sandy hit, residents along the Alantic and Gulf coasts should prepare themselves for an extremely active 2013 hurricane season, according to U.S. forecasters.
There are a lot of creatures on our planet--and scientists are discovering more every day. Now, they've announced the Top 10 New Species list, which includes a glowing cockroach and a monkey with a blue behind.
A Canadian-led team of researchers have discovered bacteria that can grow in Canadian High Arctic much below the freezing point, and this makes the recent discovery of a bacterium that is able to grow at -15 degrees C one the coldest temperature ever reported for bacterial growth, as exciting.
There are some weird combinations of species in the world. Now, scientists have discovered that an insect-eating pitcher plant teams up with ants to prevent mosquito larvae from stealing its nutrients.
Paleontologists have discovered a news species of dinosaur that was small, speedy and ate plants. It highlights a whole new class of these ancient creatures that made up the bottom of the dinosaur food chain.
Those who cycle in states with helmet laws are at a lower risk for fatalities.
If we're not careful, amphibian species may soon go extinct. Researchers have made the first ever estimate of how fast frogs, toads and salamanders in the United States are disappearing from their habitats.
If you like Christmas trees, you'll be happy to know that scientists have mapped the genome of the Norway spruce--the type of tree usually decorated during the holidays.
When Earth began to warm after the last ice age, the warming abruptly halted and slammed our planet back to a near-glacial state. Now, scientists may have discovered why and what may have caused the associated mass extinction event.
NASA has released an image of the massive storm system that spawned the mile-wide tornado that slammed into Moore, Oklahoma. The system moved over the south central United States and was captured by various satellites in the area.