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Tue, Jun 18, 2013 11:07 AM
From Nelson Mandela to Mahatma Gandhi to Jimmy Carter, these tireless advocates have made the world a better place.
The space agency is seeking ideas from the public, businesses, and academics on how to divert an asteroid. Ideas are due July 18.
The 8 new candidates say they are thrilled at the prospect of contributing to humanity's space exploration efforts.
The newfound cityscape would have existed between the eighth and ninth centuries.
From the blessing of 35,000 bikers to his punchy tweets, Pope Francis' first 3 months as pontiff suggest he's not your grandmother's pope.
From wild antics and strange body parts to risking life for love, here are nine of the most bizarre animal mating habits found in nature.
When Kenny McLean and his brothers needed to remove a backyard swimming pool, they did it in the most obvious way possible — they drove a Jeep into it.
Mount Tamalpais offers miles upon miles of hills, valleys and stretches of bay that provide excellent backpacking and wildlife viewing.
A look at the country's biggest fires and the destruction they left behind.
Using public data from the U.S. government, a software engineer has made a stunning map of every river in the Lower 48 states.
Celebrate National Dairy Month with these adorable photos of baby cows and goats.
Here's your 101 guide on the structure that helped Genghis Khan conquer Eurasia — from how they're made to where you can stay in one or where you can buy one.
Scientists have discovered 'soft' and 'hard' X-rays being emitted from black holes.
From talking points to third-party allies to private investigators, Sygenta has done everything it can to cover up the harms of atrazine.
The most important step to take is keeping food out of reach.
Eco-entrepreneur on politics, energy and Earth's resources.
Russell blogs about the day's top science and eco-news.