Changyuraptor yangi, which had the longest feathers of any known dinosaur, lived in what is today modern China some 125 million years ago.
Parts of the Philippines are still recovering from Typhoon Haiyan, one of the biggest cyclones known to have made landfall anywhere, which killed more than 6,100 people last year, many in tsunami-like sea surges, and left millions homeless.
Agriculture doesn't have to degrade soils – it's possible for food production to enrich the earth, restore nutrients, conserve water, and prevent erosion.
Saturday's 'supermoon,' the full moon that occurred just after the moon's closest point to Earth in its orbit, prompted photographers to take snapshots of our celestial neighbor.
Detecting evidence of life outside our solar system will probably require a telescope even larger than the next-generation James Webb space telescope, scientists say.
Archaeologists have unearthed 13,400-year-old weapons crafted by the Clovis people mixed in with bones from an extinct elephant relative.
States with abundant fracking (hydraulic fracturing) have seen a surge in seismic activity, raising suspicions that fracking and its wastewater injection wells could be to blame.
NASA's Hubble Space Telescop has captured imaged of a 100,000-light-year-long string of star clusters wrapping around the cores of two merging galaxies.
In July 2015, NASA's New Horizon's spacecraft is set to offer the best look yet at Pluto, which astronomers reclassified in 2006 as a 'dwarf planet.'
A Falcon 9 rocket lifted off from Cape Canaveral on Monday, carrying six telecom satellites, in a mission that is expected to test the rocket's reusability.