Technically Incorrect: The Republican candidate insists he saw Muslims in New Jersey celebrating 9/11. It's just that technology wasn't then what it is now.
Imaginative humans once again see signs of otherworldly activity on Mars. This time it's in the form of a face-like rock that sports an impressive beard.
Some tweets deserve to live forever. A new service translates your best Twitter compositions into characters from thousands of years ago to be preserved on tablets. Not the iPad kind, the clay kind.
Scientists are getting a peek into the early days after the big bang thanks to Hubble's discovery of a large collection of dwarf galaxies.
A farmer digging in a Michigan soy field makes a startling discovery -- giant bones from the Pleistocene era.
Fossilized bacteria trapped with a flea from millions of years ago could have something to tell us about the history of the much-feared Black Death.
This week on Crave, solve your yoga woes with the self-rolling YoYo Mat, check out some of the bizarre things that happened at the Apple Event and meet Homo naledi, an ancient human ancestor who might have been invented funerals. That and more on Crave.
Fossils found deep in a cave in South Africa led to the monumental discovery of a human ancestor who seems to have practiced disposal of the dead.
A newly described species of sea scorpion measures over 1.5 metres long and lived 460 million years ago.
The skull of a baleen whale that lived more than 5 million years ago was pulled out of a swamp in a part of the United States that used to be underwater. No, it's not Seattle in April.