Goats in Wales; coyotes in San Francisco; rats, rats, everywhere: With much of the world staying home to prevent the spread of the coronavirus, animals have ventured out where normally the presence of people would keep them away.
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The president said the measure, announced Tuesday, would lift the economy, but outside analysts said the administration's rosy numbers did not represent an accurate accounting of its costs.
These are a few of the retired nurses, doctors and other health care workers helping to shore up a system under siege.
The use of gasoline and other fuels is dropping as Saudi Arabia and Russia increase production, sending oil prices to their lowest level in a generation.
Before this underwater forest disappears, scientists recently raced to search for shipworms and other sea life that might conceal medicine of the future.
Inventors were about to test their ideas for making money by selling things made out of carbon dioxide, the main culprit in global warming. Then the pandemic struck.
The Trump administration has finalized new fuel efficiency standards, lowering expectations from 54 miles per gallon by 2025 to 40 miles a gallon by 2030.
Union officials at FEMA say they would like to know where they work in order to warn other employees who might be exposed and to avoid putting the public at added risk.
If you’re one of millions of Americans exposed to air pollution, you may be at a greater risk of catching the coronavirus — and of having a more severe infection.
Generosity is a sign of intelligence, and givers are the rising tide that lifts all boats.
Federal scientists and lawyers, told to undo regulations that some have worked on for decades, have embedded data into technical documents that environmental lawyers are using to challenge the rollbacks.
The agency said it would not penalize companies that violate rules on monitoring and reporting pollution discharges.
For the third time in five years, abnormally warm water has caused a “mass bleaching” of coral, and some of it will not survive. Scientists say global warming is killing reefs worldwide.
Invasive herbivore mammals seem to restore functions missing in some food webs and ecosystems since the Pleistocene era.
Backers of single-use plastic bags, battered by a series of bans nationwide, are using the health scare to argue their bags are cleaner and safer.
A federal judge on Wednesday struck down permits for the pipeline and ordered a new environmental review of the project.
The administration is pushing ahead with efforts to roll back environmental protections and impose new limits on how science can be used for making rules.
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