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Sprints new phone, the Reclaim by Samsung, makes some steps in the greener direction, but does it goes as far as it's advertised?
Parts of the New Mexico town near Carlsbad Caverns National Park could collapse because of irresponsible extraction practices by the oil industry.
A small deer jumped the fence into the lion enclosure at the National Zoo. I wish I could say it ended well.
Video: The Gulf Coast prepares for a rare November storm as Hurricane Ida approaches the U.S. mainland. Al Roker tracks the expected path of the storm.
The huarango can live for more than 1,000 years, but modern man may be repeating history by destroying this key ecosystem.
Once fierce lion killers, the Maasai are now being recruited by the government to protect dwindling lion population.
Mother of 19-year-old Taylor Mitchell, the rising Canadian folk singer who was killed by 2 coyotes last week, pleads for the lives of the animals, saying that's what Taylor would want.
Oklahoma skunks know who to call in a pinch: Ned Bruha has made a name for himself saving the potentially pungent animals from things like peanut butter jars.
Video: Living inside wildlife reserves in India, tribal people suffer from animal attacks.
Researchers hypothesize that a miles-long crack in the Ethiopian desert may eventually become an ocean.
Video: Rachel Maddow reports on the purchase and evacuation of a Kansas town deemed too polluted to inhabit.
Where do hotdogs come from, can Lake Chad be saved, should we pay countries not to drill for oil, and how much land does it take to feed America's pets?
Oil company provided tapes made by a drug trafficker in case against Ecuadorean peasants.
A backcountry skier's helmet cam captured video of his rescue from being buried alive by an avalanche.
Eco-entrepreneur on politics, energy and Earth's resources.
Russell blogs about the day's top science and eco-news.