Wildlife photographer of the year,Wildlife,Environment,Photography,World news,Zoology,UK news,Natural History Museum American photographer Tim Laman was named winner of the prestigious annual competition
In March Venezuelan applicants climbed to second place among people seeking asylum as the number has accelerated sharply since December The number of Venezuelans seeking asylum in the United States has
Most of us lose time to negative thoughts; reframe your thinking and feel more positive Think of the last time you told yourself something critical or negative. Then think of the last compliment you gave
The purpose behind the mysterious rock formation, found in a French cave, remains unknown. Neanderthals don't have the best reputation when it comes to matters of complex thought and technical prowess.
There is an interesting convergence going on these days, whereby aliens are back as the focus of attention. Stephen Hawking's new series, Genius, airing on PBS, just had an episode titled Are We Alone?
It was a good story while it lasted: A 15-year-old boy discovered a lost city by theorizing that a modern star map would correlate with ancient Mayan settlements. It seemed to fit the common understanding
If you believe the alarmists out there, robots are eventually going to take every job. They’re already being hired as advertising executives, legal aides, and teacher’s assistants, and making art and So
That's one otherworldly view! Watching the sunrise from the International Space Station is truly spectacular. Just ask American astronaut Jeff Williams. After all, he gets to enjoy 16 of them every single
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