Environment

The National Hurricane Center said Floridians should have hurricane plans in place and advised residents to monitor updates of the storm’s evolving path.
As the country marks National Public Lands Day this weekend, the political tug of war over federal lands and waters wages on.
"Shoebert" the gray seal is believed to have traveled to the pond from the sea via a river and drainage pipes.
The 2015 spill was the worst in the state since 1969, and spewed more than 140,000 gallons of crude that fouled beaches, and killed seabirds, seals and fish.
"You can see how terrified they are," says the founder of an African sanctuary after seeing a "proof of life" video sent by kidnappers.
A NASA spacecraft is about to clobber a small, harmless asteroid millions of miles away. It's an experiment that may, one day, save the world.
Nearly 500 whales beached two years ago in the same Tasmania harbor in the largest mass-stranding in Australia’s history. Rescue efforts resumed Thursday.
The magnitude 6.8 temblor rattled an already jittery country and sent residents fleeing into the streets.
More than half a million people remained without water service three days after the storm lashed the U.S. territory.
In a new video message on Wednesday, the grieving royal spoke about an issue close to his grandmother’s heart.