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Wed, Dec 04, 2013 9:46 AM
Nancy LeVine travels the country immortalizing elderly canines as part of her 'Senior Dogs Across America' project.
Autonomous cars — with a safety first mentality — are coming. And it's all happening faster than you might think.
Cloaking devices make objects invisible by diverting light waves. The same principle may also prevent earthquake damage.
Some shelters say the after-hours buildings save animals' lives, but critics argue that drop boxes actually put animals at risk.
Canines catch some waves at the 5th annual Surf Dog Competition in Huntington Beach, Calif.
Learn how kids in Ghana are turning their youthful energy into power for their whole community.
Video: Himalaya the dog refuses to give up on Hernán, a boy with Down syndrome. Hernán's mother says her son typically shies away from physical contact, but Himalaya has won him over.
Should you worry when your pup starts grazing? A veterinarian sheds light on this odd habit.
Turns out even Salvador Dali wasn't immune to pet fads. Did he have an ocelot, pig or pet rock? We've got the scoop here.
New study may push obstetricians to invest the time, energy and expertise in preserving the skills needed to help women to have safe vaginal births with twins.
Alexandra Jordan wanted a play date — so she created an app.
Should you wash that unfortunate blanket in hot or cold water? This and other mysteries addressed here.
Scientists caution that this new method of conception won't assist all women who have primary ovarian insufficiency.
We dare you to keep a straight face as you watch these babies laugh hysterically about everything from ripping paper to burps.
Experts argue that controlling the the un-owned outdoor cat population is a matter of community empowerment.
The actress and singer recently got more than she bargained for when she visited the shelter in search of a new dog.
Green parenting author on raising eco-friendly kids.