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The remote but potentially catastrophic risk of a significant quake in Boston has researchers pondering how to protect the city's fragile historic architecture. Continue reading →
The spring snowmelt comes more than two weeks earlier than it did in the 1970s in Wyoming's Wind River Range, a new study finds.
Climate change blamed for breakdown of currents that circulate heat, nutrients through the Atlantic.
Large thunderstorms -- a long-predicted result of climate change -- are leading to increased tropical rainfall, finds a new study.
Earlier this month, "monster" cyclone Pam battered the islands of Vanuatu for almost 24 hours.
Photographer Radu Zaciu creates surreal still life images by placing light bulbs inside fruits and vegetables.
An anthropomorphic scar appeared on a hillside that some are saying is a religious miracle.
Costa Rica hasn't used fossil for power since 2014, thanks to hydropower.
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