Science

The Latest: Hundreds march for climate action in Los Angeles

Sep 21, 2019

In downtown Los Angeles, hundreds of people, many of them schoolchildren, marched to City Hall for a rally

Where have the wild birds gone? 3 billion fewer than 1970

Sep 19, 2019

A new study finds there are nearly 3 billion fewer wild birds flying in North American skies than in 1970

Feds propose major habitat protections for killer whales

Sep 18, 2019

U.S. protections for the waters that a group of endangered orcas call home could soon expand beyond the Seattle area to encompass much of the West Coast

AP-NORC Poll: Americans somewhat confident in climate fight

Sep 18, 2019

A new poll by The Associated Press-NORC Center for Public Affairs Research shows that Americans have a mix of confidence and pessimism in fighting climate change

Training surgeons like dogs, icky money win 2019 Ig Nobels

Sep 12, 2019

Researchers who found surgeons can be trained the same way as animals, and scientists who examined the bacterial grossness of bank notes were among the winners of this year's Ig Nobel prizes

Pesticide criticized in bee deaths could also kill birds

Sep 12, 2019

Scientists studying a widely used pesticide say even small doses of the chemical can have crippling health effects on migrating birds, and it might be contributing to declines in their overall populations

Federal research ship to begin studies in the Gulf in 2023

Sep 11, 2019

A federal research vessel operated by universities in Louisiana and Mississippi is expected to begin studies in the Gulf of Mexico in 2023

US expands hunting and fishing at national wildlife refuges

Sep 10, 2019

The Trump administration is expanding hunting and fishing in 77 national wildlife refuges in what it says is a bonus for hunters and anglers but what critics contend is deferring management to states with potential harm to wildlife

The Latest: Dorian speeds north, buffeting New England coast

Sep 7, 2019

Tropical storm-force winds are ruffling southeastern Massachusetts as Hurricane Dorian continues to move north

Dorian's floodwaters trap people in attics in North Carolina

Sep 6, 2019

Hundreds of people are feared trapped by high water on North Carolina's Outer Banks after Hurricane Dorian swept through with more fury than expected

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