We're celebrating the first day of spring with a closer look at all the things that make the season wonderful.
Scientists in Israel are figuring out how to grow truffles.
One of the biggest mysteries of physics may not be a mystery for much longer.
Harvard scientist reveals how it still might be possible for us to move there.
Surfing is, as it turns out, really hard.
These bright flowers blanket the northern part of the Negev desert during the Red South festival every February.
Archaeologists uncovered latest finding while examining centuries-old canine teeth.
Moroccan villagers taught me how to make a stone house, and you can too! Especially if you're worried about zombies.
The rare lunar event stunned skywatchers around the world.
Her funds will help put water filters in people's homes so they have clean water to drink.
Scientists from around the world announced on Thursday that they have found the oldest human fossil outside of Africa.
Research shows that even the smallest of man-made particles can intensify thunderstorms, which can lead to soil erosion, runoff and damaged crops.
'Trophy' will air on CNN to spotlight hunting and wildlife conservation in Africa.
Find out what purpose these shallow, artificial ponds serve.
Bonobos do it, too.
It's still around, by the way.