Take a tour of the most hellish and deadly natural wonders, from sulfur-choked pits to a bloody waterfall.
Death & Dangers
For centuries, oozing wounds were seen as proof of guilt in court—but even in death, women’s testimony was considered less credible than men’s.
From presidents to outlaws, many types of people have been exhumed to answer questions about how they lived and died.
You might not look at your beloved Bella or Buddy the same way after reading this.
While our ancient ancestors did practice cannibalism, eating other humans just couldn’t compare with taking down a mammoth.
Humans get some of their knack for killing each other from the primate family tree, a new study says—but that doesn’t let us off the hook.
It’s not where you’d think.
Step away from the cookie.
Lurking below the quaint ski town of Steamboat Springs, Colorado, lies a cave belching deadly gases.
How well can you separate CSI fact from fiction?