Fifth-grade students were tricked into thinking they were taking an exam when really they were about to be whisked away to a theme park.
Koalas have been labeled as being functionally extinct with the species' numbers now down to an estimated 80,000 in the wild.
Okay, so, you're getting older, going off to college, and leaving home. For some, that may mean leaving a childhood room with buried memories of toys past. If you're starting to feel a lot like Andy f...
Fishermen recently made a chilling discovery at a lake in Doncaster, in the Northern part of England, with a pair of piranhas having been found therein.
A woman in Scotland has lived with a gene mutation that prevents her from feeling any pain for 65 years and didn't even realize.
In the search for evidence of water and life on Mars, scientists have discovered the red planet once had rivers larger than our own.
Last year saw some really strange health fads come to the fore, with tiger nut milk, broccoli coffee, mon milk and cockroach milk all emerging as trends for people seeking complete wellness.
Veterinarians in the Philippines found a dead whale with so much plastic in its stomach that upon first inspection, they thought it was pregnant.
It certainly seems like human brains would need to store quite a lot of information to learn their first language. Yet, according to researchers from the University of Rochester in New York, a bit mor...
Psychiatry professor James Fallon recently discovered that he has psychopathic tendencies, a discovery that he made entirely by accident.
A Swedish teenager could become the youngest person to ever receive the Nobel Peace Prize later this year for her work regarding climate change.
Researchers have delved into the possibility of humans being handed the ability to regenerate, much like mutant Wolverine heals up in Marvel's X-Men titles.
A Dutch bike company has seen damages done to its products during deliveries fall by as much as 80% after printing pictures of TVs on the boxes.
The climate will have altered drastically while dinosaurs roamed the Earth, but recent studies show it probably wouldn't have affected the creatures all that much.
A Blockbuster store in Bend, Oregon is poised to be the last of its kind by the end of the month.
Cell phones have been described as lifesavers before, but perhaps not so literally.
The result of a five-year investigation has claimed that diet changes are responsible for certain speech sounds.
Amazon has pulled two books detailing toxic cures for autism from their shelf, according to a report from Gizmodo.
In a world in which just about anything happens these days, one should hardly be surprised by what they see, hear and read as it pertains to the news.