Some schools are taking a new look at teaching social and emotional skills to students, in addition to academic subjects.
More wind power was added last year than any other electricity source in the U.S., according to the American Wind Energy Association.
Two more deaths in the Flint area have been linked to Legionnaires’ disease, a severe form of pneumonia.
The removal of the dams would open up 300 miles of historic habitat for salmon on the Klamath River.
A steady drop in natural gas prices has forced energy companies drilling in Pennsylvania to layoff workers and shut down operations.
After a rate hike for customers with solar panels was announced in Nevada, the state lost a number of jobs and small companies.
Following our interview with Monsanto’s CEO, NPR’s Dan Charles joins us to dig into some of the claims he made.
The blast from Pavlof Volcano inconvenienced travelers and spewed ash over the village of Nelson Lagoon, about 55 miles away.
In the second part of our interview, Hugh Grant discusses pesticides, PCBs and organic farming.
Global warming could disintegrate the vast ice Antarctic ice sheet sooner than originally thought, according to the study in Nature.
It’s the second time Sylvester has escaped from Karoo National Park. There has been public outcry not to kill him once he’s captured.
New York Governor Andrew Cuomo is renewing calls for a shutdown of the Indian Point nuclear reactor near New York City.
Oklahoma tops the list of the states most vulnerable to human-caused quakes. Some areas are now as earthquake-prone as California.
Researchers are using drones for cloud seeding, a method of increasing precipitation during times of drought.
With only 50 left in the world, what can be done to save the Asiatic cheetah?