"People should realize we're in a new era … The idea of your nice little green grass getting lots of water every day, that's going to be a thing of the past."
No snow means no snowmelt, which means a lot less water for California.
The student debt strike that began last month has grown in number.
Despite false media reports, Moore, who offered then refused to drink herbicide, is an environmentalist with an unusual history.
Vernal, Utah might have a stillbirth problem. The state has not planned any further study of the issue or its potential causes.
Meanwhile, the oil and gas industry has already filed suit against the government.
He was refused entry after criticizing migrant worker policies in Abu Dhabi, raising questions about academic freedom
This is on top of the $2 million he already got.
New research links the start of the "era of us" to the arrival of Europeans and the globalization of disease.
Coal ash is a heavy metal-laden and possibly radioactive by-product of coal plants.
Superiority complexes start young.
"The inventory levels are actually getting scary," a commodity strategist says.
Researchers in Switzerland have captured the first photograph of light behaving as both a wave and a particle.
Pennsylvania and New York use the toxic waste to de-ice roads. Scientists say that's a mistake.
The veto is only the third of his presidential career.
"We have no jobs and no income. The richest resource we have is in the ground."
The bill was introduced by a representative who seeks to dismantle the "false wall of separation of church and state."
Two zoologists warn that humans should be ready for more outbreaks as the world warms.
Companies including Coca-Cola, PepsiCo, and Nestlé poured millions of dollars into U.K. research.
The temporary injunction was prompted by a lawsuit from 70 landowners who don't want the pipeline on their property.
Within this century, climate change will bring "megadroughts" that will rival any drought seen for the past 1,000 years.