Wind power may help save the environment, but it may be destroying some people's everyday lives. In a recent study, researchers examine the adverse effects of wind farms within communities.
Where is the oil from the catastrophic Deepwater Horizon spill that occurred in 2011? Scientists have now taken a closer look and have found how much of the oil remains from this spill.
Scientists have found that it's possible for the U.S. to be mostly sun and wind power by 2030.
The ancestor of rabbits may actually connect Europe and Asia.
Getting rid of bedbugs can be tedious. In a new study, researchers found that bed bugs that feed after pesticide exposure are more likely to survive or it could take a while for them to die.
What causes a massive plane to go down after striking a few birds while a car, for example, can keep going after hitting a bird?
A team of researchers are shedding light on brain size and intelligence among carnivore species. They found that carnivore species with larger brains relative to their body size tend to be better problem-solvers.
An extremely rare white giraffe has been spotted in Tanzania. With a condition called leucism, this giraffe is unable to make pigment.
Pressure may be building on global water supplies. Scientists have found that if current trends continue, domestic and industrial water demand may more than double by the year 2050, and continue to increase after that.
Humans are almost certainly behind the changing climate at this point. Record warm years are likely caused by human-made climate change, and this change is likely to continue into the future.
In the Animal Kingdom, there are species that employ a variety of techniques to hunt their prey. But one of the most brutal methods is the one employed by the Secretary Bird.
The global footprint of nitrogen has been mapped for the very first time. Encompassing 188 countries, the new map reveals that the United States, China, India and Brazil are responsible for 46 percent of the world's nitrogen emissions.