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Thu, May 16, 2013 10:28 AM
Scientists expect this brood's population to be up to 30 billion this year.
Autumn storm leaves parts of state buried under 2 feet of snow.
Researchers in Myanmar unearth an oddball insect with a horn and five eyes, characteristics that were an advantage 100 million years ago.
Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger may be bending the rules to get a privately funded NFL stadium built in the city of Industry.
New report reveals that a significant amount of deforestation in Asia's tropical forests is caused by the production of kid's books.
Terrifying creature lived 150 million years ago and could have swallowed a human in one gulp.
Eco-pranksters The Yes Men have launched a new channel with high quality video of all their adventures.
Millions in stimulus funds help team carefully tackle dumpsite used by the scientists who built the world’s first atomic bomb.
President announces $3.4 billion in government support for 100 projects aimed at modernizing the nation's power grid.
Photo gallery: Until 1963, when Jane Goodall published her work on wild chimpanzees using tools, most scientists believed that tool use was a uniquely human trait. We're finally beginning to know better.
Allegheny County leader enacts sustainability policy for area surrounding Pittsburgh.
Rejecting the easy, obvious route of ripping on Balloon Boy, the South Park guys turn their attention to protecting whales and dolphins from Japanese hunters.
New law expected to bring much-needed revenue to the state and increase recycling.
A rare colony of Southeastern big-eared bats survives in Florida.
Researchers at UC Berkeley have developed a tough robot that runs fast and takes its design cues from the lowly cockroach.
Global warming doesn't care about politics; it doesn't care about public opinion polls. It's just happening, and we're going to be sorry if we don't do something to stop it.
Eco-entrepreneur on politics, energy and Earth's resources.
Russell blogs about the day's top science and eco-news.