While Senate Democrats negotiate what to include in the party's sweeping $1.9 trillion budget reconciliation package, the price of almost everything is on the rise -- or at least feels like it is.
The World Climate Conference in Glasgow has just ended, and the question is whether the goal of maximum global heating of 1.5°C can still be achieved. In a model calculation, researchers show how the energy transition could lead to the
Study confirms that Gabon is the largest stronghold for critically endangered African forest elephants
The most comprehensive survey conducted of elephant numbers in the Central African nation of Gabon since the late 1980s has found elephants occurring in higher numbers than previously thought.
Galápagos giant tortoises can weigh well over 300 pounds and often live over 100 years. So what's the secret to their evolutionary success? A new study concludes that compared with other turtles, these animals evolved to have extra copies of
A 'macrogrid' that increases the electricity moving between America's Eastern and Western interconnections, two of the biggest power grids on the planet, would more than pay for itself, according to new research.
The U.S. Navy christened the USS Marinette as its newest Freedom-variant littoral combat ship at a ceremony Saturday in Marinette, Wisc.
Defense Secretary Lloyd Austin reaffirmed the U.S. commitment to Middle East security during a visit to Bahrain for a global security think tank's annual dialogue on security challenges.
The accidental discharge of a firearm triggered false alarms of an active shooter at the Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport Saturday and disrupted travel during the busy weekend.
Charles "Chuck" Sams III has become the first Native American to lead the National Park Service.
Saturday's Google doodle marked the birthday of Creole classical musician and composer Edmond Dede.
A video claiming to show Chinese player Peng Shuai out with friends is "insufficient" evidence of her welfare, says Women's Tennis Association chief Steve Simon.
Abdiaziz Mohamud Guled, a critic of the Islamist militant group al-Shabab, is killed in a suicide attack.