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The EPA rule targets an 85% reduction in hydrofluorocarbons, a class of potent greenhouse gases, by 2036.
Dozens of penguins were found dead on a beach in South Africa, many with stings around their eyes.
A federal judge ordered the Fish and Wildlife Service to reconsider its decision not to grant the iconic desert plant protection under the Endangered Species Act.
In Utah, where the church is based, a summer surge of the virus among unvaccinated residents has continued to grow while vaccination rates have slightly increased.
Even if the president persuades Congress to fund his proposal, it'll still be less per year than what the U.S. spends on a single aircraft carrier.
“Think of the vaccine as a large ethnic bouncer, and COVID as the drunk, entitled white kid yelling ‘Do you know who my father is?’” Peter Griffin's doctor suggests.
COVID-19 isn't the only issue we're fighting. Exhaustion among medical professionals is more severe than ever.
Entomologist Bryan Lessard hopes to draw attention to the underappreciated insects and inspire young LGBTQ science-lovers.
For the first time in 60 years of human spaceflight, no professional astronaut is aboard an orbit-bound rocket.
“It’s a bit strange, because humanity has a history of friendship with vaccines,” the Pontiff said.