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Miners Becoming Beekeepers As the Appalachian economy struggles with the loss


Climate-Challenged Polar Bears Invade Town About 50 polar bears that usually hunt seals from ice floes have found new cuisine in the garbage dumps in

Nuclear Testing Linked to Radioactive Milk The hundreds of nuclear bombs detonated on a remote Nevada test site during the Cold War produced radioactive fallout

Avian Senior Citizen Strikes Again Being at least 68 years old didn’t deter Wisdom, a Laysan Albatross, from recently hatching another chick. The world’s oldest

Light Bulb Standards Weakened Higher federal standards for energy-efficient light bulbs established two years ago are in the process of being rolled back by the

Human Composting at the End of Life Washington is poised to become the first state to make it legal to compost human remains. A bill

Citrus Crops to Receive Human Antibiotics Scientists at the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) expressed concern over a recent ruling by the U.S. Department of

Nuclear Waste Disposal Remains Elusive A new report issued by environmental watchdog Greenpeace details the growing global dangers of accumulating nuclear waste that will remain

Endangered Species on the Rebound The Endangered Species Act seems to be working, with more than 75 percent of protected marine mammals and sea turtles

GMO Labeling Diluted Under final rules released by the current administration, the U.S. Department of Agriculture's national labeling standard for genetically modified organisms (GMOs) completely

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