California has entered another drought. But depending on who you ask, the last one may have never really ended.
There’s a growing movement in Los Angeles and across the country calling for cities designed for people, not cars.
Rejoining the Paris agreement was the easy part. Now the Biden administration must choose a new goal for reducing greenhouse gas emissions that’s both ambitious and practical.
Women face greater risk of obesity, earlier menstruation and possibly breast cancer if their grandmothers were exposed to DDT during pregnancy, researchers say.
The die-off has reignited debate over a fence near the northern tip of Point Reyes that separates elk from cattle ranches.
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