Sometimes when you want to go out, you want to go out with a bang.
Marty Raney and his family have six weeks to build their dream cabin on top of a 300-foot cliff in the upcoming series, Homestead Rescue: Raney Ranch, premiering Tuesday, October 6 at 10P.
Do we really know how many fish there are in the sea? The short answer is no, but science is bringing us closer to understanding marine populations and maintaining them for future generations.
Six sharks washed up on a beach a few hours away from Cape Town, South Africa. As reported to Newsweek, these great white sharks were found dead, but the remains were meticulously torn apart. So what happened?
The series will explore the special relationship between humans and some animals.
Today, The Explorers Club, a non-profit world leader in exploration, and Discovery Channel announced the first class of awardees to receive approximately a quarter of a million dollars collectively to fund their expeditions. Let’s meet The Explorers Club Discovery Grant awardees.
This year, California's wildfires have been the worst in the state's history.
This year marks the 20th anniversary of continuous human presence aboard the International Space Station. Do you ever wonder what the astronauts have been eating for the past 20 years in zero gravity? Let’s find out!
Desalination is one of the most widespread clean water technologies on the planet, so what is being done to make it cheaper and more accessible?
World Rhino Day, on September 22, aims to celebrate the black, white, greater one-horned, Sumatran and Javan rhinos, and all the subspecies in-between.
THE LOST LINCOLN investigates the legitimacy of a new photograph featuring the 16th president on his deathbed when Discovery’s new documentary series UNDISCOVERED premieres Sunday, October 4.
In a world dominated by technology, every day we are exposed to signals that take part in our daily operations. But what happens when a glitch occurs? Find out on PHANTOM SIGNALS, premiering Thursday, October 8 at 10 P ET, only on Science Channel.
Britain’s most important bacterial library, the National Collection of Type Cultures (NCTC) turned 100 this year.
A conservation success story in California has taken a turn for the worst following the catastrophic blazes that have swept the state over the past month.
Does the presence of a stinky gas mean there was once life on Venus?