For the first time in five years, radiation from Japan's Fukushima nuclear disaster has been detected on the West Coast. Should the Americans worry?
A new analysis by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) says that the life expectancy among Americans dropped for the first time since 1993.
Severe rainfall is expected to increase in rate and intensity by the end of the century if carbon emissions are not kept at bay in the United States.
Michael R. Bloomberg will urge the 128 American cities to fight climate change whatever the decision of Mr. Trump is.
Global carbon emissions slow down and did not grow in 2015 and slightly rise in 2016, according to researchers.
The new Deep Space Network antenna in Canberra, Australia could support interplanetary spacecraft missions that include the journey to Mars.
Hurricane Matthew did more than just leaving casualties behind, it also unearthed civil war cannon balls that were found in South Carolina.
A team of doctors at Baylor University Medical Center has pulled off four uterus transplants using living donors.
A new giant extinct shark, the Megalolamna Paradoxodon, was discovered through its fossilized teeth found by the researchers.
Hurricane Matthew reached category 5 on Friday, making it the powerful Atlantic hurricane in almost a decade, will hit Haiti, Jamaica and Cuba on Sunday. Officials advise people to prepare to protect life.
And the winners are from this 20-shuttle run test are children from Tanzania!