Kind of good for humans; terrible for the birds.
Only your brain can prevent residential fires.
Diesel Cars Made by Mercedes-Benz, Honda, Mazda and Mitsubishi Also Pollute More Than Emissions, Tests Revealed
Honda's models spew as much as six times the amount of NOx that was originally reported.
Two large studies found that smoking is the cause of 20 percent of all adult male deaths in the country.
The company will also offer them new textbooks for free.
America's deportation numbers are down 42 percent since 2012.
Prosecutors allege John Ashe built a basketball court with some of the more than $500,000 he received.
Clinton is running with House Majority Leader Kevin McCarthy's slip up.
The site will be led by a former Myspace executive.
A mother's Facebook post blasting the textbook prompts a rewrite.
Here's America's gun problem by the numbers.
The agency's scientists warned against setting the limit at this level.
Funds for teachers and firefighters might soon be removed from the coal industry.
This is a "clearly disappointing" outcome, a Shell executive said Monday.
Cardinal Peter Turkson was once thought to be a contender for the papacy.
The testing, sparked by the Volkswagen cheating scandal, begins today.
You can't be skeptical of truly established science, say members of the Center for Inquiry.
Humanity, he said, must "redirect our steps" to avoid catastrophe.
The schools were evacuated after officials found Legionella bacteria, which causes Legionnaires' disease, in their water cooling towers.
She called the pipeline a "distraction."
Offsetting your carbon footprint just became a lot like online shopping.
This is the perfectly pleased face of pharma's big problem.
Every day, enough of the tiny plastic spheres wind up in aquatic environments to cover more than 300 tennis courts.
An EPA investigation uncovered a "defeat device" in the cars that made their emissions appear much lower than they actually were.
Since 2005, biology textbooks in Alabama have carried a disclaimer asking students to consider "unanswered questions" about the origin of life, and reminding them that evolution is a "theory, not fact."
Mishka has the first known case of otter asthma.
The energy company went from investing in climate science to working against it.
Breathing air clean enough to meet the EPA's standards raises one's risk of heart disease death by 12 percent, according to a new study.