Environmental scientists are predicting a swath of low-to-no oxygen stretching for two miles in the Chesapeake Bay this summer could make for one of its biggest "dead zones" in nearly 20 years
Down to earth about most things, folks in this small western Ohio city are over the moon as they get ready to celebrate the 50th anniversary of the day the world watched their native son take a "giant leap for mankind."
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Television is over the moon about the 50th anniversary of the Apollo 11 mission this month
Authorities on the Greek island of Crete have launched a search for a missing American scientist, 59-year-old Suzanne Eaton, who had been attending a conference there this week
Norwegian authorities say a joint Norwegian-Russian expedition will assess whether a Russian submarine that sank 30 years ago is leaking radioactive material
Russian officials say a plan to put nearly 100 illegally captured whales back in open water has been successful so far, but environmentalists claim it was poorly planned
What's the best way to fight global warming? A study says plant a trillion trees or more. The new research shows there's enough space to fill 3.5 million square miles with trees _ roughly the size of the United States.
Climate study estimates Seattle's costs associated with sea level rise could top $23.8 billion by 2040
Greece's most famous archaeological site, the Acropolis in Athens, has shut down to visitors for four hours due to hot weather in the capital
Scientists from 17 nations, including the United States, Russia and China, are preparing for a year-long mission to the central Arctic to study the impact climate change is having on the planet's frigid far north
Mayim Bialik pleads with Fourth of July chefs to not ignore their vegan guests
Conspiracy theorists, stand down: That mysterious orange fireball streaking across the Florida sky was space junk from a Chinese satellite launch
Scientists, government officials and conservationists are calling for a swift response to protect North Atlantic right whales after a half-dozen died in the past month