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.
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.
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.
Donald Trump plans to renegotiate America's role in the Paris agreement on climate change, saying that the Chinese won't adhere to the deal.
Puerto Rican health officials confirm the first death related to the Zika virus. The island nation is currently experiencing the worst Zika outbreak in all of the U.S. and its territories.
The birth rate in American teens hits all-time low, according to the recent report published by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. However, the center believes that too many American teens are still having babies.
Despite the aggressive efforts of the government and mental health practitioners, the number of people committing suicide in the United States continues to rise, reaching the highest records in nearly 30 years.
As the coming summer weather becomes more attractive to mosquitoes, Americans should prepare for possible local Zika outbreaks as the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Disease said that it is very likely.
At present, the top Republican presidential nominees for 2016 have strong doubt or denial about the existence of climate change, but the winds will change once the Republicans have elected their candidate, Bill Nye said.
Beneath its beauty, there is a supervolcano underneath the Yellow Stone National Park and experts said it can wipe out half of the U.S. if it erupts. Studies differ as to when the eruption will take place, but one thing is for sure: it can cause millions of deaths and massive destruction.
A new study revealed that over 640 million people globally are considered to be obese, now outnumbering people who are considered to be underweight.
U.S. President Barack Obama and Argentinian President Mauricio Mari recently agreed to work together to fight climate change, according to a Reuters report.
Although oxygen build-up on Earth and in its oceans took longer than previously thought, it provided the essential burst of energy for animal growth on life, says a new study.
While parcels of ocean have recently been preserved, researchers from Oregon State University say that the proportion of marine preservation is still far behind that for land. They've laid out reasons why it's much cheaper to act now.
University of New Hampshire researchers have discovered they can use the chemical signatures found in the inner ear bones of winter flounder to help them trace the fish to their estuaries – a critical part of remedying their population decline.