The symbolic clock has remained at the same ominous position now for three years in a row.
A mysterious animal that resembles some sort of dog or coyote has been discovered in the west of the state.
The billionaire entrepreneur is channeling his money into an attempt to develop immortality technology.
The CIA has played down the idea that the phenomenon is due to attacks by a hostile foreign power.
John Aristotle Phillips' science project was so impressive that it had to be confiscated by the FBI.
The famous Scottish loch monster is often said to be a plesiosaur - but just how plausible is that?
Carbon associated with biological processes has been discovered in samples analyzed by the rover.
A video clip of a deer leaping so high in the air that it appears to be flying has emerged online this week.
It's a claim that has been doing the rounds for years, but just how accurate is it ?
A British man who had been snowboarding in the Rockies observed a mysterious bipedal creature.
The popular Netflix movie might be fictional, but some of it may be closer to reality than we would like to think.
With a population of just 1,900, the small and curious town of Iino lies just outside of Fukushima city.
A bizarre crime involving the theft of an entire street in Saxony, Germany has left authorities scratching their heads.
Craig Charles is fronting a new UFO investigative series alongside space journalist Sarah Cruddas.
Unable to find the perfect (human) partner, Kitten Kay Sera decided to marry the color pink instead.
The rover, which has been collecting samples of the Matrian surface, has run into a bit of a problem.
3,600 years ago, a volcanic eruption in the Aegean Sea produced a torrent of devastating tsunamis.
Adrian Reister, a former USAF nuclear weapons technician, has spoken out about his experiences.
Later this year, NASA's Artemis 1 mission will take us one small step towards a return to the lunar surface.
Precisely what befell Sarah Morley, who was found burnt to ashes in 1902, would remain a topic of debate for decades.