Autumn is a mixture of gladness at the bounty of the seasonal harvest just past, and a time of nostalgia mixed with a certain amount of melancholy as we look toward the imminent arrival of harsh weather.
Over 4,000-week old tadpoles left the Oakland Zoo in California this week, headed to Puerto Rico as part of a program to reestablish the multi-colored crested toad once thought to be extinct.
Mr. Christie’s Arrowroot biscuits have been recalled nationwide in Canada after consumers reported becoming ill after eating the biscuits, with some people describing they had an “off taste.”
Books do come in all sizes, from tiny manuscripts that fit into a signet ring or one Qur’an so enormous that it’s said a wheelbarrow was needed to carry it.
The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) was slated to hold four days of public meetings, Oct. 18-21, focusing on one pertinent question: Is glyphosate, the most widely used herbicide in the world, safe?
Powerful 6.6 magnitude earthquake hits Honshu, Japan
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), released the 2015 report on Sexually transmitted diseases on Wednesday, stating there were more reported cases of sexually transmitted diseases last year than ever before in the United States.
Amazon.com has won a patent for a voice-controlled, pocket-sized unmanned aerial vehicle assistant (UAV) that will be lighter, smaller, and less expensive than conventional UAVs.
A new species of plant has been discovered in Japan on the subtropical island of Kuroshima. It was given the name Gastrodia kuroshimensis. Two things make this plant very special. It is non-photosynthetic and it produces flowers that to not bloom.