Scientist David Carroll doesn't publish academic papers but tells turtles' stories through his art and writings.
Pearl Harbor skull: An excavation crew dredging the harbor recently made the startling discovery of the skull, which archeologists believe is from one of the Japanese aviators in the surprise attack.
Provincetown, Massachusetts continues its seasonal tradition of vibrant colors and characters.
Yellowstone grizzly attack may result from two converging trends: More visitors to Yellowstone National Park and the rebounding grizzly bear population.
US plan to create 'great urban parks' set to begin in New York City, Interior Secretary Ken Salazar said Monday. It's part of Obama's bid to reconnect young people with the great outdoors.
Grand Canyon crash: a man drove his car over the edge of the Grand Canyon but was saved by a tree 200 feet down.
Feeding the hungry may be an expression of free speech, but cities can still put 'reasonable' restrictions on it, ruled the 11th Circuit Court of Appeals in a unanimous decision.
Dale Smith of Johnsonville, S.C., holds a Confederate Naval Jack flag as he looks out at Fort Sumter from the Battery in downtown Charleston, S.C., after cannon were fired to mark the 150th anniversary of the start of the Civil War on April 12.
Sarah Ramadan, of Kuwait, poses for a photo under the Statue of Liberty in New York, on April 6. As talks to avoid a government showdown continue in Washington, the White House sought to put the prospect of a shutdown in terms people would care about, warning even that the beloved National Cherry Blossom Festival Parade in the nation's capital would be wiped out. The Smithsonian Institution and national parks around the country, as well as the Statue of Liberty, would also be closed.
House Republicans want to reshape federal environmental policies by adding amendments to the spending bill due Friday. Senate Democrats and the president oppose the 'riders.'