The United States' three-ship space shuttle fleet faces "significant challenges" in its future orbiter work, the U.S. government has warned.
The gray squirrel population throughout Britain could soon be dominated by a mutant squirrel species whose numbers are dramatically rising, researchers say.
The first Somali wild ass to be born at the St. Louis Zoo arrived earlier this month.
DNA and X-ray tests of two bodies dated back to the year 834 have revealed the first case of cancer in the history of Norway, researchers say.
Cicadas, the noisy arthropods, are expected to return to eastern Cincinnati this May, a biologist said.
The U. S. Environmental Protection Agency has ordered major retailers to pull certain types of Scotts Miracle-Gro products from their shelves.
Two distant relatives of Lincoln assassin John Wilkes Booth want a chance to prove the family legend that he was not killed in a Virginia tobacco barn.
Bio-plastic goods can still damage the environment by emitting gases that can impact climate change, a study by a British newspaper found.
Designed to provide the whole planet with a highly accurate Global Navigation Satellite System under civilian control, Europe’s Galileo project moved a step closer as a second test satellite was launched successfully from ...