Megapixels: It was rediscovered by a drone.
A state-by-state breakdown of policies that could change your community.
Did you resolve to get thin this year? Here are six absurd weight-loss programs of yore, plus one incredibly mean weight-gain ad from 1939.
A team of U.S. researchers are investigating the possibilities.
The justified attack on Green Coffee Extract
In a new experiment, scientists healed hair cells in mouse ear tissue
The bears can put on a lot of weight, and take it off, with relative ease.
But don't worry, the penguins won't float away
In 2000, the ozone hole was at its largest. Read on for more facts about the ozone hole.
But the ice is thin.
Both the Atlantic and Pacific areas saw a record number and intensity of storms.
Six percent of YouTube comments on TED talks are straight-up insults.
How regular people can contribute to scientific research
Some rare good environmental news.
Scientists say amphibian death could be the start of the first mass extinction since the dinosaurs
For oenophiles and chocoholics, it was a very good year. For clean air: not so much.
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Even after the species went extinct, people still reported "seeing" them in the wild.
So much easier than counting on the ground
Sightless, flightless, and 10 feet tall.
Researchers look to ancient melts to predict which species might survive in the present
The now-extinct giant beaver once lived from Florida to Alaska.