Out of about 18,000 breeding pairs of these black-and-white birds, the scientists found only two chicks survived. Read more

Viking burial site recently gave scholars a surprise. It turns out that this ancient Viking warrior, always assumed to be male, was actually a woman! Read more

The countdown clock ticked away the minutes, as students finished their escape into an innovative learning experience at a Valley school district. Read more

When a child sees one of his or her parents arguing with the other in a destructive way, it can take a toll on how emotionally secure the child feels. Read more

Accoding to data from the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, the Phoenix metro area saw wages increase higher than anywhere else in the country in the past year.  Read more

On June 20, the U.S. Postal Service issued a Total Solar Eclipse Forever stamp with thermochromic (heat-sensitive) ink. It shows a total eclipse, and when you put your thumb on it, the dark shadow lightens to reveal the moon! Read more

With changing climates, tick populations are exploding in the northeast! But unlike dog ticks, deer ticks tend to be vectors for disease. Read more