Science

US official declares drought plan done for Colorado River

Mar 20, 2019

Seven states that rely on a major waterway in the U.S. West have finished a yearslong effort to create a plan to protect the Colorado River amid a prolonged drought

The Latest: US official declares Colorado River plan done

Mar 19, 2019

Reclamation commissioner declares yearslong, multistate effort to protect key Western river done

NASA's plan to scoop up dirt from asteroid hits a snag

Mar 19, 2019

NASA's plan to scoop up dirt and gravel from an asteroid hits a snag

Fish in river that famously caught fire now OK'd for dinner

Mar 19, 2019

Federal environmental regulators say fish living in an Ohio river that became synonymous with industrial pollution when it caught fire in 1969 are now safe to eat

Dartmouth professor wins top religion prize

Mar 19, 2019

A Dartmouth College professor of physics and astronomy has won one of the world's leading religion prizes for blending hard science and deep spirituality in his work

Orangutan mother blinded by air gun pellets in Indonesia

Mar 19, 2019

An orangutan mother has been blinded after being shot with at least 74 air gun pellets on Indonesia's Sumatra island, where threats to the endangered species have increased

Woman sues hospital she says stored frozen embryo for years

Mar 18, 2019

A Massachusetts woman has filed a lawsuit against a Rhode Island hospital she says froze her embryo and kept it in storage for 13 years without her knowledge

Thousands of dead menhaden wash up in New Jersey shore town

Mar 18, 2019

State environmental officials say thousands of dead fish have washed up in a New Jersey shore community

Japan to make crater on asteroid to get underground samples

Mar 18, 2019

Japan's space agency says its Hayabusa2 spacecraft will follow up last month's touchdown on a distant asteroid with another risky mission _ dropping an explosive to make a crater and collect underground samples

The Latest: Leader of animal rights group denounce Iditarod

Mar 18, 2019

A leader of People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals denounced the Iditarod after a dog that participated in the race died

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