Although few people would list the vulture among their favorite animals, conservationists say the species is vital to the African ecosystem and we should do everything possible to prevent their extinction.
A recently released report by Oceana suggests salmon mislabelling increases during the winter.
A study done by NOAA scientists in July contradicted previous evidence that global warming was declining. The House science committee now demands internal communications related to the study.
Researchers find lion populations in parts of Africa were halved in the past two decades. That trend will only continue, they predict.
Scientists find that when an ancient Alaskan permafrost thaws, half of the dissolved organic carbon trapped can decompose within a week.
An international group of Catholic leaders has appealed to the United Nations to forge a strong climate agreement that is fair to poorer nations.
Drone technology has helped scientists track the recent recovery of orca whales in the Pacific Northwest, but a weak salmon run next year could threaten the population again.
Black bear populations in the state have increased in recent years, leading to safety concerns and prompting officials to open up hunting.
Important inroads are being made to make solar power viable without any tax incentives or subsidies. Are they enough?
Some 23 states are trying to block the White House's plan to slash power plant carbon dioxide emissions. Will the new EPA rule survive litigation?