After a dog brought a human skull home to its Southeast Austin owner on a mid-September morning, authorities have now identified the remains…
President Barack Obama and other world leaders attending the G20 summit in Brisbane, Australia, took a break from their duties to hold some …
Police say a man is dead after he walked in front of a bus on Interstate 35 in Round Rock early Sunday morning.
This week’s historic space probe landing on a comet 310 million miles from Earth wasn’t exactly a poetic ballet, but it still worked.
While it’s not a Lincoln model, it’s still in the Ford Motor Company family.
This is one pit that will ensure your cookin’ always stays on track.
It’s the third in a series of instructional videos for his kids: one for the fairly simple – yet tedious — tasks of loading the dishwasher …
The European Space Agency celebrated a cosmic touchdown Wednesday by successfully landing a spacecraft on a comet.
Joan Possiel was able to see the crime in progress from more than 1,000 miles away.
The lightning-fast catch turned into cash for Andrew McCulloch at the cricket match in New Zealand, called the Georgie Pie Super Smash 2014.
Kinder Downfall is actually being blown back up by strong winds, and it’s a waterfall on which gravity seems to have no impact.
The U.S Army Golden Knights parachuted in, making a safe landing amid an amazing backdrop.
Echizen Ono castle is located on a mountain top. When conditions are just right, it looks as if the ancient castle is floating.
Tourists can test their fear of heights by venturing onto the structure which stands 138 feet above the Thames River.
The officers were responding to a jackknifed tractor trailer when another semi lost control on the icy road and slammed into their police ca…
An ambitious comet exploration mission reaches a crucial stage as Rosetta project scientists work up to a Go/No-go decision for an attempted…
Americans marked Veterans Day on Tuesday, Nov. 11, 2014 with parades, speeches and military discounts.
The reaction to an alien object from 1998 plopped into the young hands of children in 2014 is almost too much to handle: good or bad.
Chimp Ayumu in Japan is touching numbers 1 through 9 in sequential order on a computer screen — even after they’ve left the screen.
The little guy was born on Oct. 26, and he is already 6 feet tall and weighs 120 pounds.