An estimated 70% of land animals and 96% of sea creatures were wiped out in Earth's biggest mass extinction.
The president brushed off a report that said climate change would cost the U.S. billions and billions of dollars. That's not entirely surprising.
"He is fundamentally wrong on that," Craig Garthwaite, the director of health care at Kellogg School of Management at Northwestern University, told Newsweek on Thursday.
New York Democratic congressional primary winner Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez compared the "existential threat" posed by climate change to that of Nazi Germany during World War II.
"It's going to be challenging, obviously," the Arizona senator said. "That report that came out is pretty dire."
As temperatures increase and changes in rainfall patterns continue, crops such as rice, wheat and corn will fail to meet demand.
Twenty-six countries around the world ban abortion in all circumstances. In some cases, the Catholic church has exerted heavy influence to restrict the procedure.
The head of Iran's meteorological service said that, unless the general knows something he doesn't, there's no way a country can steal clouds.
Over 10,000 Chinese marines traveled across the country for battle exercises as they prepared for threats at home and abroad.
European allies are frustrated with Trump.
China has for the first time revealed its Arctic Policy. Will it follow Russia in bringing military power to the resource-rich region?
Many of the vacated positions remain unfilled.
The EPA chief on the Paris Accord, fossil fuels, clean water, clean air, economic growth. . . .
International asteroid warning network to be put to the test by 50ft-wide asteroid.
The 70-page proposal from the Trump Administration takes a sharp turn from a long-held belief that refugees should be sheltered if they face a fear of persecution. The proposal asks to prioritize refugees with a high chance for "successful assimilation" into American culture.
"My conversations with Donald Trump continued after he went into the White House, and I had reasons to believe he would stay in the Paris agreement," Al Gore said.
Moscow denies harassing its neighbors and has accused the U.S. of undermining Russia's own national security.
Corporate jets use $1 billion of air traffic control resources, but contribute only $200 million, letting commercial passengers pick up their tab.
Even Vladimir Putin enjoys greater confidence from the rest of the world than Donald Trump.
Russian confidence in their army is high though. Over a third think their men and women in uniform are the best in the world.
Trump will be remembered as a shortsighted fool who condemned humanity to living in a hellscape.
Trump on climate change: "It's a hoax. I mean, it's a money-making industry, OK? It's a hoax, a lot of it."