Sathwik Karnik, a 12-year-old from Massachusetts, bested 53 contestants in the competition.
Global warming is causing more extreme weather. But when it comes to tornadoes, it could go either way.
Sole survivors: Up to a hundred fungi species flourish on our feet, a new study says.
Storm chaser Roger Hill talks about the perils of photographing tornadoes.
Amid a decimated field of E.V. startups, Tesla Motors is riding high. But can its feats help take electric cars mainstream?
The special CNN correspondent will take the reins from Alex Trebek.
We've collected sample questions from last year's bee. Test yourself and see how you do.
Alex Trebek has hosted every Geography Bee. He shares his thoughts after 25 years at the podium.
Good news, Sneezy, Doc, and Grumpy! The Chelsea Flower Show has ended its 100-year ban on whimsical garden sculptures.
Following the Oklahoma tornado, a severe-weather expert shares facts and tips on staying safe in storms.
Tornadoes like the one that devastated an Oklahoma City suburb this week are difficult to predict. Here's how they work.
Spring brings baby birds, who sometimes fall out of a nest or turn up injured in a yard. We spoke to an Audubon expert about how to respond.
Researcher Tim Samaras talks about why he chases tornadoes, what they smell like, and what we still don't know about these severe storms.
Scientists say they've learned why penguin wings, now used for swimming, no longer get the birds off the ground.
As Bangladesh recovers from a factory disaster, a look back at the country's origins.
After last month's fight between Sherpas and Western climbers, Conrad Anker says the time is right for facing some growing tensions on Everest.