A brain scan last year revealed an atypical lesion, but in the biopsy the surgeon spotted a worm. It's believed to be the first case of a worm invading and developing in a human brain.
Monster hunters are gathering in Scotland for the biggest search for the Loch Ness monster in 50 years.
There have been more than a thousand official sightings of the Loch Ness Monster, the Loch Ness Centre says. Nessie enthusiasts are deploying new tools this weekend to try and prove it's real.
Hundreds of people around the world lined up to have their eyeballs scanned by a tech startup that says it wants to authenticate humans in the age of AI.
The five-foot tall outfit of pita wrap with spiced meat and vegetables was commissioned by the government for a public safety video, which was later canceled. The highest bid was about $12,000.
A stunning new image from the James Webb Space Telescope shows a pair of actively forming stars. But many people are more curious about the tiny question mark visible toward the bottom of the frame.
At first superintendent Dylan Knight thought water in the sprinkler system had frozen, but given the divot in the ground and how it had scattered, he thinks it fell from an airplane.
In Bethel, Alaska, cars can only get in or out by plane or barge, and the remoteness makes them hard to maintain. But that hasn't stopped car lovers there from putting together a car show.
Grocery stores are trying to curb thefts of a hot commodity this summer: ice cream! One solution is something called the pint lock, which makes it almost impossible to open the ice cream container.