This tiny pioneering fungus was among the first organisms populate dry land, sparking an explosion in plants and animals It might not look much, but without this fossilised Scottish fungus you probably
The Plate 3 Minute Read By Becky Harlan Yolanda Soto is a hero. At least according to photographer Bryan Schutmaat who photographed her and her work at Borderlands Food Bank for National Geographic. “She
Skeletons in three graves in southern France, found facing towards Mecca, are believed to date from the eighth century Archaeologists working in southern France have identified three graves that are believed
Breakthrough paves the way for more accurate treatment of a cancer fewer than 20% of sufferers survive more than year after diagnosis Scientists have discovered pancreatic cancer is four separate diseases,
A bunch of hedge fund titans spoke at a private event in New York — here's what they think of the economy
No one predicted a massive stock market rally. No one predicted a further decline. No one was trying to be super provocative, either. Everyone seemed relatively safe. "It was par for the course," one said.
Every superhero's story has its pivotal, then-everything-changed moment: a radioactive spider bite, a laboratory experiment gone awry, exposure to cosmic rays. This one involves an Internet leak. In late
Keeping Up with Kanye West's Twitter Rants: Tells 'White Publications' 'Please Do Not Comment on Black Music Anymore'
"The system is designed for colored people to fail and one of our only voices is music. One of our only ways out is music," West tweeted. Kanye West took to Twitter again just as the Grammys red carpet
Samsung is set to show off its flagship phones for 2016 at the Mobile World Congress expo next week, but it may have inadvertently spilled the beans with a video on its Indonesian site. A video promoting
The UK-listed mining giant has been hit by sharp falls in global commodity prices in recent months Anglo American has revealed plans to accelerate the sale of its iron ore, coal and nickel mines, in a
Russia on Tuesday denied its warplanes carried out strikes on a Syrian hospital supported by Doctors Without Borders that killed at least nine people, as Syrian government forces and a Kurdish-led coalition