The Centers for Diseases Control and Prevention have released a zombie Apocalypse plan, leaving many very confused.
These “atmospheric rivers” cause some of the most severe torrential rains along the western coast of North America.
Despite its reputation, Texas receives snowfall more often than many might expect.
Apparently, it’s “more useless than user-friendly”, and causes “much befuddlement”.
Lifting the No-Sail Order created more questions than it answered, for US holidayers.
According to a professional endorsement on her LinkedIn profile, Melvina is “proactive and tireless”, and a “never ending learner”.
Viewers are now wondering what became of the beloved recluse and whether he's still alive and well, living off-grid.
As if 2020 couldn't get any creepier, the past few weeks have been marked by a series of monoliths appearing in random locations around the globe. First Utah, then Romania, and now California.
SpaceX just launched its supply-laden Crew Dragon mission, bound for the International Space Station, in the early hours of this morning.
Looking up at the night sky, you’re browsing deep into history – but how old is the universe?
In celebration of the 30th anniversary of the launch of the Hubble space telescope, NASA created a website where you can check what space looked like on your birthday.
On this day in history, September 12 1992, Mae Jemison became the first black woman to go into space. She was a Mission Specialist on STS-47, the 50th space flight of NASA’s Space Shuttle Program.
Before we ask that question, we need to consider the sheer vastness of the universe.