The creators of an upcoming "South Park" video game have developed a stinky spin on virtual reality.
Italy will retain its crown as the world's biggest wine producer this year, the country's main agricultural body predicted Friday as the first grapes of the 2016 vintage were harvested.
Boston University's announcement Friday that it has agreed to sell the building on which the city's Citgo sign sits to a local developer is raising hopes among preservationists that the iconic symbol will stay.
Most flight attendants have a tale to tell of long-distance relationships, but this one has a happy ending that's enchanted legions of social media users worldwide.
A rare pygmy elephant with tusks growing downwards instead of up to give it a look like a saber-toothed tiger has been found in Malaysia, a wildlife official told AFP on Friday.
Archaeologists have made a sinister discovery at the top of a Greek mountain which might corroborate one of the darkest legends of antiquity.
In the cold waters of the Arctic, a denizen of the deep lurked for centuries. Now scientists calculate that this female Greenland shark was the Earth's oldest living animal with a backbone.
More than a dozen animals live longer than we do. A new study estimates that at least one Greenland shark lived about 392 years, making it the longest-living animal with a backbone.
This July 1, 2005 file photo shows an island fox. Not long ago, these foxes native to the Channel Islands off the California coast teetered on the edge of extinction.
It was a bizarre sight -- 20 toilet rolls set on fire and lined up in rows after being drenched in fuel.