Hoping to catch a glimpse of the rich and famous on your next trip? Unfortunately for any aspiring celeb-spotter, those celebs are stealthy types and really aren't interested in being spotted, so while
An average of nearly three rhinos killed per day A total of 1,004 rhinos were illegally killed in South Africa in 2013, according to the country's department of environmental affairs. That makes it the
Sir David Frost, the veteran broadcaster whose television career over six decades encompassed satire, gameshows and the celebrated interviews in which Richard Nixon apologised for Watergate, has died suffering
Having identities may help dolphins communicate, study suggests. We already knew that bottlenose dolphins can follow "recipes" in preparing mollusks, help other species in distress, and possibly do math.
Bradley Manning, the source of the massive WikiLeaks trove of secret disclosures, faces a possible maximum sentence of 136 years in military jail after he was convicted on Tuesday of most charges on which
UDS10Wil is ten billion light-years from Earth. NASA's Hubble Space Telescope has spied a supernova ten billion light-years from Earth—the most distant stellar explosion of its kind ever detected, a new
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