Environment

Citing HuffPost's reporting, Accountable.US renewed its call for the IRS to investigate if a far-right group is violating rules with its crusade against the "30x30" initiative.
Offshore wind power is poised to take off on the East Coast, and one building trades union has invested big money in its future.
The power struggle inside a federal commission shows the real-world consequences of the Senate’s confirmation bottleneck.
After a harrowing journey to the vet, the Belgian Malinois survived the ordeal.
"Whose dog is this?" Jimmy Johnson asked his wife.
Much of the Trans Mountain pipeline’s route lies within the territory of the Secwepemc Nation, which has never relinquished its land to the Canadian government by treaty, land sale, or surrender.
Even small fires that once would have been easily contained are extreme threats to life and property because of climate change.
University of Michigan professors Nancy Love and Krista Wigginton are applying urine-based fertilizer to heirloom peony beds ahead of the flowers’ annual spring bloom.
The moon plants grew more slowly than seedlings planted in fake moon dirt from Earth.
It’s the first time that a mass bleaching has happened during a La Niña year, when the ocean is supposed to be cooler than usual.