A new Stanford University poll out of found that most Americans percent favor breaks for wind, solar, and water power.
The mission will seek to unlock clues about the changing Arctic climate and the shifting ice conditions that affect ocean ecosystems.
A recent study concluded that Americans are sleepier than Europeans, raising concerns for public health and safety.
The hasty departure of Prime Minister Yukio Hatoyama after just eight months in office throw Japanese politics into chaos, analysts say.
For all their importance, there's little consensus on what the college rankings actually mean.
A US college degree has been the gold standard. But global economics and a crisis of confidence may be pushing the US down in rankings among top universities.
Manatees, bluefin tuna, and Kemp’s ridley turtles are especially challenged by the BP oil spill. The Kemp’s ridley turtle is an endangered species that until recently was threatened with extinction.
Do we need laws to protect as from discrimination based on looks?
The past two months were the warmest March and April on record globally. A new report suggests that communities will need to be adaptable to meet the challenges of global warming.