A critically endangered species of antelope has been driven further to the brink of extinction following a mysterious and substantial die-off of its herd over the summer.
Our understanding of erupting volcanoes has been wrong over all these years. Scientists have discovered that the erupting volcanoes are not the result of strong mantle plumes of magma coming from the interior of the Earth. What’s more?
From Vermont to Washington, an increasing number of states are requiring companies to report their use of chemicals of concern
Monarch butterflies that alight from Mexico and fly across the United States to Canada are being massacred.
New study by European Food and Safety Authority finds ‘high risk’ to bees from neonicotinoid pesticide sprays prompting calls for extending ban
Exceptional’ cold front blankets Montana, Wyoming peaks with rare July snow, reads the headline in the Washington Post. We even had the first freezing temperature ever recorded for the month of August in Casper Wyoming.
Last summer, a narrow, rock-rimmed stretch of the Sacramento River near here turned into a mass graveyard for baby salmon.
Local emergency responders spent the past week training with FEMA to prepare for a catastrophic event.
Lots of chemicals are considered safe in low doses. But what happens when you ingest a little bit of a lot of different chemicals over time?
It played unwilling host to one of the bloodiest battles of the Iraq war. Fallujah's homes and businesses were left shattered; hundreds of Iraqi civilians were killed. Its residents changed the name of their "City of Mosques" to "the polluted city" after the United States launched two massive military campaigns eight years ago.