The John F. Kennedy Airport in New York, the nation's fifth busiest, has a new reason for delayed flights: diamondback terrapin turtles, which find the area suitable for nesting.
New UK leader Theresa May axes the Department of Energy and Climate Change, prompting both positive and negative responses from concerned sectors.
A new assessment of the International Union for the Conservation of Nature has reclassified the two shark species as "endangered," and Bornean orangutans as "critically endangered."
The U.S. Senate on Thursday passed a federal law that would require the labeling of GMO food. But the bill is not without criticism.
An image captured by NASA's Landsat 8 satellite on July 2 revealed that the green sludge of algae bloom is now visible from space.
For the first time, the United States of America has surpassed Saudi Arabia and Russia to become the new world leader in recoverable oil reserves. But there's a catch.
Matt Graves, father of toddler Lane who was killed in the incident, said two gators were involved in the attack. Following the incident, Disney began to implement changes in its parks.
Experts fear that one of the world's largest penguin colonies may be buried under ash from Mount Curry's eruption.
Adélie penguins may be very adorable, but we can lose these iconic creatures if we don't work towards their conservation. A new study puts a looming deadline: 2099.
A new study reveals that smoke from wood-burning ovens in pizzerias and steakhouses in Sao Paulo, Brazil contribute to the megacity's toxic air conditions.
While not an official national holiday, the American Eagle Day on June 20 is a good reminder to celebrate the majestic national bird of the United States of America.
A new study revealed that human colonization followed by a rapid warming climate caused the collapse of the populations of Ice Age giants.
The Howell couple will face 552 counts of animal cruelty--two for every dog that was rescued from the deplorable conditions in their home.
Scientists are wary that the "Finding Dory" film might translate a wrong message to its audience, as people might scramble to have their own Dory--a wild, tropical marine fish--in their aquariums.