Science

The Supreme Court justice has not recused herself from a climate case against Big Oil, despite her family ties to one of the main defendants.
As the coronavirus brought economies around the world to their knees, global climate change raged on.
The Trump administration is set to approve a controversial land swap, clearing the way for a giant copper mine to open beneath sacred Oak Flat.
Direct air capture is costly and energy-intensive, but new research shows why large-scale investments in the near future could pay off down the road.
Mexican officials say labor provisions of the United States-Mexico-Canada Agreement (USMCA) include health protections for migrants regardless of immigration status.
The wine bottles have been aging in space for a year so that researchers can see how space altered the sedimentation and bubbles.
It appears the infection came from a member of the park’s wildlife care team who also tested positive for the virus.
Activists say David Frederick's work for Royal Dutch Shell should disqualify him from being the next administration's lead attorney for Supreme Court cases.
Scott Stringer is leaning into the Green New Deal to consolidate support among the Big Apple’s political left.
Researchers increasingly agree that silent carriers play a major role in transmitting the coronavirus.