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Amateur astronomers have spotted two clouds rising from the Martian surface, and nobody knows how they can exist. An international network of amateur astronomers has spotted what looks like two plumes,
Weird Science An original copy of the Magna Carta has been discovered in a scrapbook in Kent, England. The tattered document dates back to 1300, 85 years after King John of England was compelled to sign
Buried by a volcano, the scorched papyri may yet yield their secrets. The charred scrolls of ancient Herculaneum may yet yield their secrets, suggests an x-ray analysis released Tuesday of one previously
Energy A dramatic fall in the price of oil in recent months shows no signs of ending, according to the International Energy Agency (IEA), which states that weak demand, a strong dollar and booming U.S.
The Oil Tycoon Who Just Paid Out A $1 Billion Divorce Settlement Has An Amazing Rags To Riches Story
It could've been the most expensive divorce in history, but oil tycoon Harold Hamm will pay his ex-wife Sue Ann only less than $1 billion after 26 years of marriage. B loomberg ranks Hamm as the 50th person
Weird Science The mummified brain of a well-preserved woolly mammoth found in the Siberian permafrost is the only mostly intact mammoth brain known to science, which has been described in a new study.
Science News MEXICO CITY — A sacred tunnel discovered in the ancient city of Teotihuacan is filled with thousands of ritual objects and may lead to royal tombs, the lead Mexican archaeologist on the project
More footage from Star Wars: Battlefront 3 — the sequel to the extremely popular shooter that was canceled at the last minute by LucasArts — has emerged on YouTube. Two videos combine to show 30 minutes
On Friday, construction topped out at 432 Park, a luxury condominium that's now arguably the tallest building in New York City. It even has the new One World Trade Center beat, not counting that building's
Assassin’s Creed has officially exhausted the 18th century. From The Age of Piracy in Assassin’s Creed IV: Black Flag to the French Revolution in Assassin’s Creed: Unity and all conflicts in between, has
A mobster's life ain't all it's made out to be, what with the rats, RICO laws, cops, and that little, last, nagging shred of your conscience that keeps telling you it wasn't cool to kill all those dudes
Translations reveal Amazons' names such as Don't Fail and Hot Flanks hidden in ancient "nonsense" inscriptions. Ancient Greek vases have revealed the hidden names of Amazons, mythology's warrior women,
Changing Planet This winter has seen New Zealand teams busy with mouse eradications across the country. In the Hauraki Gulf the University of Auckland and Auckland Council teamed up to eradicate introduced
Weird Science More than 3,300 years ago, in a newly built city in Egypt, a woman with an incredibly elaborate hairstyle of lengthy hair extensions was laid to rest. She was not mummified. Her body was
Science News Ancient Mexican pottery confirms that people made and drank a milky alcoholic concoction at Teotihuacan, one of the largest cities in prehistory, researchers say. This liquor may have helped
But no PC version until next year Grand Theft Auto V is going next-gen on November 18th. Rockstar Games had previously announced that its crime-fuelled epic would be coming to both the PS4 and Xbox One
On average, a Star Wars video game has been released once every 60 days for the past 30 years. Wikipedia lists about 180 games and full expansions stretching back to the early 1980s, for arcade, console,
Welcome to the first annual Verge Hack Week. We're totally blowing up our site: we've given our reporters and editors the entire week to play with new tools and experiment with new storytelling ideas,
Eat your heart out, Harry Potter An octopus evading a predator has one of the coolest evolutionary adaptations up its (eight) sleeves; in a matter of milliseconds, its skin can change color and opacity
Autos Face it. If you own a luxury or sports car, whenever you hand the keys to a valet, you imagine the car going on a high-speed joyride like the Ferrari in the 1980s cult movie "Ferris Bueller's Day
Forty-seven pterosaur skeletons unearthed at Brazilian site, study says. Nearly 50 skeletons of a new species of ancient flying reptile have been unearthed in southern Brazil, an "absolutely unprecedented"
If you like electronic gadgets but hate tangles of chargers and charging cords, you’re not alone. Apple engineers feel your pain. For years, they’ve been trying to figure out better ways to charge portable