President Barack Obama visits Japan to pay respect at Hiroshima.
The water crisis in Flint, Michigan seems far from over, but at least there is some hope as President Barack Obama announced a visit to the city and the Senate reached a deal on grants and loans for better water infrastructure.
U.S. President Barack Obama and Argentinian President Mauricio Mari recently agreed to work together to fight climate change, according to a Reuters report.
The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service destroyed one ton of confiscated ivory (possibly from elephants and walruses) using an industrial rock-crusher in Times Square on Friday.
The White House announced Friday its commitment to saving the mysteriously declining honeybee population, putting a task force of federally-backed scientists on the case.
President Barack Obama will announce Tuesday plans to create what could be the world's largest marine sanctuary, an initiative that will protect large swaths of the Pacific Ocean from overfishing, energy exploration and other human activities, according to White House officials.
Even with President Barack Obama's recent plan to cut carbon emissions from power plants up to 30 percent by 2030, it still leaves the United States short of its climate change pledge before the United Nations, a study said Wednesday.