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For a two-week window of time every February, the setting sun hits Horsetail Fall in Yosemite National Park, creating a glowing stream of water.
For most of the 20th century, nesting bald eagles were completely wiped out of Massachusetts. Now they're thriving in some of the same spots the species used to call home.
Taxidermy has been around for hundreds of years, but in the last decade, a new generation of amateur taxidermists is emerging.
Scientists and transportation officials are beginning to recognize the damage road salt can have on the environment and, potentially, on human health.
There's a new federal mandate for truckers to electronically track the number of hours they're on the road. It's meant to make highways safer.
Thousands of families across the country have been living in hotels, and the Federal Emergency Management Agency had been picking up the tab.
The bill proposes to ban new natural gas infrastructure, set new targets for emission reductions, and use the market to curb fossil fuel consumption.
The last caribou herd in the continental U.S. lives in the Pacific Northwest, and a group of biologists, tribal members and volunteers are trying to boost its numbers.
Two black bears in Southern California have been released back into the wild after they were badly burned in last year's deadly Thomas Fire.
American rivers from the mighty Mississippi on down have changed the way Americans works, play and live. We’ll tap into a rich history.
About 5 percent of people in the U.S. suffer from the form of depression brought on by the dark days of winter.
Here & Now's Meghna Chakrabarti speaks with Tracy Butler, meteorologist for ABC 7 News in Chicago, which could get about a foot of snow.
The state is known for its backcountry skiing, hiking and mountain biking. Now, a nonprofit organization wants to make it easier to enjoy those activities.
Canada's busiest highway cuts through Banff National Park, so animals traveling into and through the park face many dangers.
The Colorado Department of Transportation is showing a 90 percent drop in animal-involved accidents in some areas where wildlife crossings have been installed.
During winter months, extra high tides offer a glimpse of what might be at risk.
The relative of mad cow disease can be found in 24 states, along with Canada, Norway and South Korea.
Last week, New Hampshire denied a key permit for the Northern Pass project.
Dan McNichol has ten ideas to make the city more attractive for big companies like Amazon or GE.
Recyclers in the United States are feeling the impact of China's new strict standards for the recycling it imports from around the world.