Vessels discovered in a Scythian grave mound contained traces of opium and marijuana, confirming the claim of an ancient historian.
Viral video shows the right way to deal with a charging Eurasian brown bear.
Homeowners are replacing water-thirsty green grass with more eco-friendly alternatives, from rocks to native shrubs.
3.3-million-year-old artifacts reveal that our ancestors were shaping rocks into tools far earlier than thought.
A dart hunt of an endangered antelope in Texas sparks debate over a new "green" approach to catch-and-release hunting.
A second major earthquake—magnitude 7.3—rattled Nepal on the heels of a 7.8 magnitude quake that killed thousands in April.
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