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Experts on rare and threatened species issue a warning that lemurs and slipper orchids are at risk of widespread extinction.
A town lies in ruins after twisters touched down in northeastern Nebraska on Monday.
New research suggests that volcanoes and other geothermal refuges may have sheltered life in Antarctica during glacial periods.
The awe-inspiring bears are almost extinct in Washington State, but the government is now studying whether they should be brought back.
A steady trickle of water is bringing wildlife back to a few parts of the Colorado River Delta.
In 2012, Sombath Somphone vanished at a police stop. It was caught on camera.
More people are eating local and organic foods, but the planetary diet still is not sustainable.
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The Sierra Club and others are urging companies to procure fuel from refineries that don't use oil sands crude.
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