A newly discovered process that makes oil drop like stones may inspire better cleanup strategies, experts say.
The Bouvier’s red colobus monkey had not been seen in some 40 years and was thought by many to be extinct.
On the 150th anniversary of that trip, historian Adam Goodheart reflects on the rail splitter’s special connection to railroads.
How do starry-eyed dung beetles get around during the day?
It’s all about power, dominance, reverence, brutality and—above all—family.
The owners of Knepp Castle Estate, in Sussex, converted their 3,500 acres from crops to wilderness—and now rejoice in the transformation.
A surge in hydroelectric power could displace the iconic region’s indigenous peoples and resources.
Deepwater drilling is increasing in the Gulf. Oil companies say it’s safer now, but critics say spills are inevitable.