by Katie Valentine Jun 21, 2016
The worst bleaching event in recorded history isn't likely to let up anytime soon.
by Joe Romm Jun 21, 2016
Thanks to the revolution in battery technology, NASA has a “plan to help a significant portion of the aircraft industry transition to electrical propulsion within the next decade.”
by Samantha Page Jun 21, 2016
Aliso Canyon caused a wave of outrage and a slew of new natural gas legislation in California. Can the EPA's everyday data do the same?
by Alejandro Davila Fragoso Jun 21, 2016
At least four heat-related fatalities have been reported in separate incidents in Arizona.
by Natasha Geiling Jun 20, 2016
Twenty-one protesters were arrested in Vancouver, Washington Saturday while protesting the shipment of crude oil by train.
by Sydney Pereira Jun 20, 2016
Using the latest science in a national education program could help overcome the problem of inaccurate science being taught in U.S. classrooms.
by Ryan Koronowski Jun 18, 2016
"The idea that these places that sear themselves into your memory could be marred or lost to history? That's to be taken seriously."
by Jenny Rowland -- Guest Contributor Jun 18, 2016
This forum was the first time Congress has addressed extremism on public lands or the dangerous situations created by the Bundy family and their supporters.
by Sydney Pereira Jun 17, 2016
Exxon sues a second attorney general for investigating potential fraud.
by Katie Valentine Jun 17, 2016
The colorful fish swimming around in saltwater aquariums around the country may look pretty, but the way they ended up in those aquariums is anything but.