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Thu, May 21, 2015 4:45 PM
A California pipeline spilled up to 105,000 gallons of oil this week. Here are some of the most eye-opening photos from the scene.
Add another group to the list of civilizations who re-discovered the New World before Columbus.
Meet the organizations wielding the power of Facebook to inspire, educate and advocate for the planet.
Five years after the 2010 BP oil spill, the endangered reptiles are one of several species still suffering from enigmatic declines.
Strong winds may be to blame for a spate of 'worm storms' in the southern part of the country.
The young marine mammal, which may be malnourished, was taken from a Los Angeles beach.
Creatures of land and air are threatened by the lack of separation between habitats and highways.
Whether you're a new beekeeper or a homeowner with a problem, here's what to do if thousands of honeybees descend upon your backyard.
Learn more about this little-known 19th century visionary whose work paved the way for the creation of the National Parks System.
Putting astronauts into short-term hibernation could make space travel more efficient.
Scientists studied the movements of octopuses to develop better robotic arms.
Here's how to capture these beautiful insects on camera as they take wing.
These endearing videos show people helping cats, dogs, whales and a squirrel out of bad situations.
The Bouvier's red colobus monkey is easy prey for hunters due to its lack of fear around humans.
A new HD video captures solar eruptions, coronal rain and other eye-opening scenes from the surface of the sun.
The crew will soon begin unloading the 4,300 lbs. of supplies, including a space espresso machine.
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