Another sinkhole has opened up in the Florida town that saw a man swallowed by a similar pit just weeks earlier.
Toenails don't seem to have much value-though they certainly look nice painted up in a summer sandal-in any case, a neighborhood in New Jersey is using their resident's toenail clippings to provide some important information about potentially dangerous toxins floating around.
A rare site graced a zoo in Connecticut in the early hours this weekend.
The National Weather Service reported that parts of Colorado and northwest Kansas saw approximately 10 to 15 inches of snow Saturday, with southwestern Nebraska also hit with 7 inches.
The 11-year cycle of solar activity was supposed to be at a maximum in these months, but our sun is instead very quiet until now, apart from the occasional CME shot towards Earth, with only light effects for the last two this week and last month.
A snake burning a house down? Unlikely, of course, but Texas authorities at the local Fire Department believe that a woman's frenzied reaction to the serpent sparked the flame.
The endangered loggerhead sea turtle may be receiving some more protection from the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service.
Fossils of Caribbean birds from Haiti have revealed that a mass extinction event caused by humans may not have occurred as suddenly as once thought.
There's been an unexpected increase in the monsoon rainfall in the Northern Hemisphere and for once, global warming isn't to blame.
The seven-month-old cub Xiao Liwu, youngest member of the panda family at the San Diego zoo, witnessed a new experience recently as it got to play in the snow for the first time.
The debris of a 65-foot-long dock that was set adrift by the Tsunami and Earthquake that hit Japan in 2011 is now being dismantled and removed from the Washington state beach where it beached.