A number of HIV infections have been reported on a Navajo reservation near Arizona.
Endangered leatherback sea turtles are making a comeback in the Caribbean. While poachers once combed beaches in order to ransack the turtles' buried eggs, residents are now stepping up to protect these sea creatures.
Is global warming slowing down? To some extent, it is. Scientists have revealed that the most extreme predictions of global warming are not likely to happen--at least in the short term.
A boulder-sized meteor that struck the moon in March may have indeed caused the biggest lunar explosion ever observed by NASA.
A female anteater named Armani has immaculately conceived a baby at a conservation center in Connecticut--or at least, that's how it appears.
Two earthquakes rattle the continent.
China wasn't known for its agriculture until domesticated rice was introduced. Yet now, archaeologists have discovered that people in subtropical China may have practiced agriculture 5,000 years ago--long before the arrival of rice in the region.
It's definitely spring. Leaves are unfurling, birds are singing and chemists have created stunning, self-assembling flowers in a beaker.
Some forecasters believe that if you swim in the snow of an avalanche, you may be able to "float" to safety.
No one likes fire ants, but "crazy ants" don't sound very appealing, either. Now, researchers have announced that invasive "crazy ants" are displacing other species in areas across the southeastern United States.
The massive, melting glaciers across Earth contributed as much to sea rise as the Greenland and Antarctic ice sheets combined from 2003 to 2009.