These rare events can really shake things up. Like a snowglobe.
Avihu Sherwood tends to nearly 3,500 animals each year.
IsraAid gears up to help survivors following one of the deadliest fires in U.S. history, hoping to 'promote community resilience.'
Having survived the Chernobyl disaster, Inna Braverman set her sights on reinventing the energy industry.
Rare artifact going on display for public to see.
It's been a busy time for IsraAid, which has responded to hurricanes, tsunamis and typhoons in recent weeks.
Space archaeology, radio signals from the far reaches of the universe and much more made headlines.
Israel's rhino herd is the largest of 78 participating zoos in Europe.
And the taste? More like thin oatmeal than the crisp, refreshing brews we enjoy today.
Her funds will help put water filters in people's homes so they have clean water to drink.
IsraAid travels the world responding to natural disasters. We check in with them on the one-year anniversary of Hurricane Harvey.
The international emergency response group is on the ground distributing urgent relief items and assessing the long-term needs of the affected communities.
She made a documentary about factory farms and told us about it while eating painfully spicy wings.
Plastic bag use has dropped 80 percent as a result. Is this the model for the rest of the world?
Scientists may have cracked a puzzle that's been confusing people for centuries.
Ancient skeletons found in Illinois are more than 10,000 years old.