MOONRISE FROM SPACE | The Moon comes up, as seen from the International Space Station. Photo via MSNBC.
There are many theories about how the Great Pyramid in Egypt was constructed, ranging from UFOs to elaborate ramps and machines. But none has ever fully explained how mere human effort could raise such an incredible structure. More »
Man of Steel finds its Perry White. Plus Total Recall will bring back the original's most memorable character!
Green Lantern 2 is happening...but Warner Bros. is making some changes. We've got set photos for The Dark Knight Rises and The Avengers. A beloved Torchwood actor is headed to next week's Warehouse 13. More »
Back in June, we asked you to help NPR choose the 100 best science fiction and fantasy books of all time — and now the list of finalists is out! More »
Rupert "Ripper" Giles is a mainstay of Buffy the Vampire Slayer — even when he went off to Britain to ride horses, he was still a vital part of Buffy's messed-up world. More »
Who doesn't love tree rings? Nobody, that's who. That fact alone should be reason enough to appreciate this beautiful poster by Gary, Aaron & Khairul. More »
What do August's science fiction and fantasy have in store for you? There's loads of movies, including David Tennant's vampire-hunting Fright Night. There's the return of Doctor Who! More »
Hot diggity dog! Remember the "Donald Glover for Spider-Man" Twitter campaign that started on the very site you're reading and eventually led to Glover donning the web-slinger's pajamas on Community?
Well, that episode inspired Ultimate Spider-Man writer Brian Michael Bendis such that he's written... More »
Falling Skies started out as an admittedly cheesy show about lovable people surviving the aftermath of an alien invasion. But it's grown into something a bit more interesting, and last night's episode showcased a lot of what's good about it.
The Falling Skies-bashers are missing out — More »
For people who suffer chronic back pain from degenerated or diseased spinal discs, there are few options. Surgeons can implant a plastic or metal spinal disc to replace your damaged one. More »
Most Comic-Con news arrives courtesy of press releases and carefully choreographed unveilings at panels. But this year, one of the most surprising Con stories of 2011 came out of that democratic staple of Con life: More »
There's no reason to think that crop circles are the work of aliens - particularly when human pranksters have already admitted to making them - but they're still mysterious... More »
Is Captain Jack Harkness the secret villain of Torchwood? The formerly immortal time hustler certainly seems to have a nearly limitless dark past. But actor John Barrowman insists that Captain Jack always aims to do the right thing. More »
This Friday Rise of the Planet of the Apes hits theaters with its story of a lab ape named Caesar, "uplifted" to human intelligence by scientists, who leads a revolution against humanity. More »
The coin toss, the great equalizer of all odds, is not as random as it seems. When flipped by a human being, the odds are slightly stacked towards one side. More »
Pittsburgh was plunged into a Tinseltown tizzy yesterday when The Dark Knight Rises dropped by to film some fight scenes. Unfortunately, the shoot also brought out the city's criminal lot, which was less cowardly and superstitious and more unlucky and dumb.
Last night, a would-be carjacker... More »
Despite the absolutely Dullsville real-world explanations for chupacabras, it seems as if the dreaded goat-sucker has hopped continents.
According to The Moscow News, towns outside of the Russian city of Novosibirsk are abuzz with rumors of chupacabras, who are said to be sipping on some bovine and... More »