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Wed, Apr 23, 2014 12:44 PM
Watch the fire spin and swirl as its driven up towards the heavens by an array of well-placed box fans to the soothing tune of 'Moonlight Sonata.'
The dust storm, also known by the Arabic word "haboob," forced cars to pull over on the highway as it coated the city in a thick layer of dust.
Energy prices are going to get more expensive for all of us, but low-income households shouldn't have to shoulder the burden. Here's how we can help them.
This Earth Hour, celebrate the beautiful moments in nature that only occur after the sun goes down.
The voting is for the suit's 'cover layer' that will help 'protect the suit against abrasion and snags.'
It may not be lightning in a bottle, but it's the next best thing: ethereal time-lapse video of fireflies, aka lightning bugs.
In challenges inspired by Aesop's fable 'The Crow and the Pitcher,' the birds prove they have an understanding of physics that rivals human children.
Here's our list of 8 of the most spectacular — and entirely natural — painted hillsides in the world.
The dolphins would be used by the Russian Emergency Ministry to search for arms and items under the sea.
Scientists have known this for a while now, but new research gives us more information about why kangaroos are so much more efficient than cows.
The Nature Conservancy's new webcam broadcasts the activities in an osprey nest 24 hours a day, and it even has an infrared sensor so viewers can watch the birds at night.
Actor voices the 19th century astronomer William Herschel on the new FOX series hosted by Neil DeGrasse Tyson.
We're commemorating Zoo Atlanta's 125th anniversary with photos that highlight some of its more-than 1,500 animals.
At a distance beyond Pluto, it's not too surprising that we haven't discovered any planetary bodies that far away with our current technology.
Scientists are analyzing the images to determine whether the dust grains will impact Mars and the spacecraft near the Red Planet.
Several geographic factors contributed to the destructive landslide in Washington.
Activist and author blogs about politics, energy and Earth's resources.
Science journalist blogs about humans and other wildlife.