A puppy born with his front paws facing up instead of down and unable to walk is recovering after surgery at Oklahoma State University's Center for Veterinary Health Sciences
Researchers have reported seeing three rare right whale calves off Florida's Atlantic coast
Faraway space snowman visited by NASA on New Year's Day is pitted all over with a 'collar'
As experts held crunch talks on Germany's plans to wean itself off coal in the coming years Friday, thousands of young people marched through the capital calling for a swift end to fossil fuel use
The remains of a noted Royal Navy explorer who led the first circumnavigation of Australia have been found by archeologists excavating a burial ground where a railway station is planned
Virginia's second-largest city is offering part-time jobs to federal workers who've been furloughed during the government shutdown
The number of environmental laws worldwide has increased 38-fold since 1972, according to a UN report released Thursday. In China, a pioneering nonprofit is trying to hold government accountable to its wildlife protection laws, including saving pangolins.
An environmental organization says coral reefs off the Big Island are stabilizing nearly four years after Hawaii's worst bleaching event
Scientists calculate that 2018 was 4th warmest on record for Earth
New study finds tiny fraction of Twitter users spread most of the false information in 2016, and they tended to be more conservative and older
NASA's Opportunity rover silently marks its 15th anniversary on Mars
The rise of Juan Guaido from back-bench obscurity to the self-declared interim presidency of Venezuela with international backing in just three weeks has been meteoric - and by his own recognition risky.
Environmental research projects across the country are being delayed and disrupted by the monthlong partial federal government shutdown _ and not just those conducted by government agencies
Thousands of students skipped school for the third Thursday in a row and over 30,000 swamped the center of Brussels to demand better protection of the world's climate