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After 17 years, West Virginia town has access to clean water

Aug 19, 2019

A West Virginia town that has struggled with foul-smelling and discolored water finally has access to clean water, more than 17 years after a boil-water advisory was issued and never lifted

Blooms, beasts affected as Alaska records hottest month

Aug 18, 2019

Alaska's warmest month ever was good for gardens but hard on life elsewhere in the state

From tusks to tails, nations eye trade in endangered species

Aug 17, 2019

Representatives of more than 180 nations are meeting to agree on protections for vulnerable species, taking up issues such as the trade in ivory and the demand for shark fin soup that is decimating shark populations

Thailand's lost baby dugong dies of shock, ingesting plastic

Aug 17, 2019

An 8-month-old dugong nurtured by marine experts after it was found lost near a beach in southern Thailand has died of what biologists believe was a combination of shock and ingesting plastic waste

Climate change still threatens key US river after wet winter

Aug 15, 2019

Climate change is still threatening an important river in the American West despite a winter with lots of snow and rain

Virgin Galactic reveals futuristic outpost for space tourism

Aug 15, 2019

Virgin Galactic has unveiled its headquarters for commercial flight operations in a remote spot in the New Mexico desert

NASA scientists fly over Greenland to track melting ice

Aug 15, 2019

Scientists take to the skies to track how Greenland is melting at record levels

Shard reveals how Cyprus' ancient kingdoms managed economy

Aug 14, 2019

An archaeologist says the discovery of a small clay shard inscribed with a partial inventory of goods at a 2,500 year-old citadel suggests that Cyprus' ancient city states "more than likely" had a common economic management system

Scientists say monster penguin once swam New Zealand oceans

Aug 14, 2019

New Zealand scientists say they've found fossilized bones from an extinct monster penguin that was about the size of a human and swam the oceans some 60 million years ago

Songbirds silenced as Colombia fights wildlife trafficking

Aug 14, 2019

Songbird competitions have been a pastime throughout the Caribbean for centuries, but trapping wildlife without a license is a crime in Colombia, and now that conflict with armed groups has declined, authorities are starting to go after animal traffickers

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