Humans may have stuck around on the Bering Strait for 10,000 years
The early humans may have only left the Beringia region once the flooding started, but scientists are still looking for evidence of settlements.
Arrgh, mateys! Researcher unearths adventures of a 17th-century pirate alliance
These pirates were outlawed privateers dedicated to attacking ‘traditionally’ British enemies and trading in both Canada and Africa.
6 winter sports with no Olympic staying power
Ice soccer with sticks, skating in unison and skiing downhill super-fast never made it to the winter games.
5 surprising things to know about the Westminster Kennel Club Dog Show
You might be surprised by what the Best In Show winner is served for lunch.
Ice age beasts like wooly mammoths ate flowers in the colorful Arctic
Researchers previously relied on fossilized pollen to get a sense of the ancient Arctic, but new studies of fossilized poop have changed the picture.
Glacier that may have doomed the Titanic becomes more dangerous
Greenland’s Jakobshavn glacier is now the fastest-moving major glacier in the world - racing towards the ocean at a daily rate of 150 feet.
European genes altered by Black Death
New genetic research shows that the bubonic plague may have caused evolutionary change in Europeans’ DNA.
Who built the world’s first car? Trust us, it’s not who you think
The real history goes way back, and it’s far more colorful than the accepted version you’ve probably heard.