A report released Monday by NASA's Inspector General found that political appointees in the space agency's public affairs office deliberately played down research on climate change.
Economic harm is top concern in Senate debate over bill.
Ranchers and conservationists are increasingly at odds, as Yellowstone herd numbers plunge.
Judy Berens takes in abandoned leopards, panthers, and other exotic animals at a conservation center on her home property.
The islands were alive with vividly colored crabs, birds, and iguanas.
Congress to begin work on a bill the next president would be willing to sign.
A report by the Brookings Institution looks at the 100 largest metro areas in the US, using data on residential energy consumption and highway transportation.
Population, pollution, and climate put the squeeze on potable supplies – and private companies smell a profit. Others ask: Should water be a human right?
It’s not just panda fodder. One Beijing organization hopes to build new homes from the cheap, sturdy plant.
Brockton, Mass., seeks a certain supply to assure growth. Some worry about what such installations portend.