A letter infamous Boston mob boss James “Whitey” Bulger wrote while in prison will go up for auction later this month.
An iconic piece of World War II history, the bell from a craft that landed on the beaches of Omaha on D-Day, is set to go up for auction later this week.
It’s already been cast as an economic villain, to the tune of $2.5 trillion, disrupting “almost all marine ecosystem services” and suffocating every industry it touches. Now, plastic pollution in oceans could actually be suffocating the planet – by har…
An Egyptian archaeological mission has unearthed the ancient remnants of a 2,600-year-old military castle, meaning it dates back nearly three millennia
Incredible images show a humpback whale breaching from the Pacific Ocean and narrowly missing a fishing boat Monterey Bay, Calif., before returning to the sea.
Somebody alert Jeff Bezos: the Moon is shrinking.
A new study has found that the nuclear tests performed during the Cold War during the 1950s and 1960s have left a very disturbing legacy on our planet — they have infiltrated the bodies of crustaceans in deep ocean trenches.
The Wikipedia page of Doris Day was defaced with a graphic image just hours after it was confirmed that the former actress had passed away.
A rare, unopened first-edition of an Apple iPod is listed for sale on eBay for a whopping $20,000.
As the race for space dominance among private companies heats up, SpaceX’s Elon Musk has taken a pot shot at Jeff Bezos’ newly announced Moon lander with a crude joke.
A rare working Apple 1, the computer that began the legacy of Steve Jobs and Apple, is set to go up for auction later this month and experts believe it could sell for nearly $650,000.
A bird that had previously gone extinct has come back to life thanks to a rare evolutionary process known as “iterative evolution.”
A bizarre deep-sea tubeworm has been discovered off the coast of North Carolina, the first time the creature has ever been found this far north in the Atlantic Ocean.
For the first time ever, Britain has powered its electrical grid without the use of coal for a full week.
Plastic pollution in the world’s oceans may have a $2.5 trillion impact, negatively impacting “almost all marine ecosystem services,” including areas such as fisheries, recreation and heritage. But a breakthrough from scientists at Berkeley Lab could …
An incredibly rare audio recording of arguably the world’s most famous theoretical physicist, Albert Einstein, is set to go up for auction tomorrow, May 4. Perhaps even more startling are the topics on the recording – Einstein’s love of music, the diff…
Wildlife officials in Australia have shared bizarre photos of a three-eyed snake they found on the highway.
The study of an ancient tablet that dates back nearly 3,000 years, suggests that the biblical King Balak may have been an actual historical figure.
A study looking at freshwater marine life in the U.K. has an alarming conclusion – cocaine and illegal pesticides inside freshwater shrimp.
A shocking new discovery has revealed that the oldest human footprint in the Americas dates back 15,600 years ago and was found in Chile.