Spiders literally creeping out of your walls may sound like a Halloween movie, but it was reality for one Missouri family: They were forced to move after more than 4,000 venomous spiders infested their home.
One of the world's biggest pharmaceutical companies says a vaccine to tackle Ebola will "come too late" to curb the current epidemic, as the UK and other European countries begin screening passengers for the virus at international airports.
Mother and child were hospitalised in Komsomolsk-on-Amur with symptoms of acute respiratory viral infection after a stay in the west African country, said the Minister of Health for Khabarovsk Territory Alexander Vitko.
It's 200 years since the Duke of Wellington bought the grandiose Hotel de Charost in Paris, a few doors down from the Elysee palace. And if you want to get to know the secrets of a stately home, I always say, just ask the butler.
When the world went to war in 1914 the Wright Brothers had only made the world's first powered flight little over a decade before. But the remarkable advances made in aviation during World War One are still at the core of air power today,
US taxpayers have paid millions of dollars in Social Security benefits to dozens of suspected Nazi war criminals, even after they were forced out of the United States, an investigation by the Associated Press has found.
I hope it's as easy as she makes it sound.
Something very weird happened to Kevin Costner back in 1989. As he stood in his cute, all-American white tee in an Iowan cornfield, the very crop seem to have a message for him:
It's a different world under the sea. Animals come in many shapes and sizes on land, but in the ocean the possibilities are endless, in fact sometimes creatures don't even appear real. Unlike most land animals,
When Otto Hahn first discovered in 1938 the astonishing amounts of energy that could be released by splitting a single uranium atom, he opened the way to a potentially unlimited source of electricity, but also to the atomic bomb.
Few animals are as majestic as America's chief living symbol, the venerable bald eagle. A mere sighting of these stately birds of prey perched upon a distant branch or soaring through the air is enough to inspire wonder and awe -- but perhaps only slightl
The woman is concealed from view behind an official, who beats back the Lagos crowd with a branchFootage of a badly burnt woman being berated by a crowd in Nigeria has been watched hundreds of thousands of times on YouTube.
Ripple reportedly now has multiple suitors for his adoption thanks to his viral Internet fame. This wasn't Sobel's first go-around with a rowdy pup --he apparently promotes the Humane Society during the forecast every week.