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How tiger conservation in India may be helping to mitigate climate change

The tiger conservation efforts in Asia have been so successful that they

States dependent on Colorado River required to conserve unprecedented amount of water in deal

The Biden administration has reached a landmark deal with states dependent on

Will Biden's hard-hat environmentalism bridge the divide on clean energy future?

WASHINGTON -- When John Podesta left his job as an adviser to

German court convicts, fines Jesuit priest over climate protest

BERLIN -- A German court on Tuesday convicted a Jesuit priest of

Exclusive: Bill Gates on the future of nuclear energy, AI

TerraPower, founded by billionaire and Microsoft co-founder Bill Gates in 2008, is

Greenland Ice Sheet melting faster than previously thought, scientists say

One of the coldest regions on the planet appears to be losing

Recent heat wave in the Mediterranean caused by climate change: Study

LONDON -- Human-caused climate change led to the record-breaking heat wave that

Debt ceiling breach could cut millions of jobs. Here's who would lose employment first

As the U.S. hurtles closer to a default on its debt as

U.S. Olympic medal-winning runners Tori Bowie, Calvin Davis die

Former 100-meter world champion and three-time Olympic medalist Tori Bowie has died

Missy, Willie and George Michael among Rock Hall inductees

NEW YORK -- Missy Elliott, Willie Nelson, Sheryl Crow, Chaka Khan, “Soul

California bill advances, requiring Big Tech to pay for news

SACRAMENTO, Calif. -- Big Tech companies such as Google and Meta might

Schumer 'hopeful' ailing Dianne Feinstein returns 'next week,' as Dems split over her absence

Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer believes California Sen. Dianne Feinstein may return

Texas mass shooting suspect found hiding in closet, others arrested: Police

Francisco Oropesa, the man accused of gunning down five people in an

US Surgeon General calls for action regarding the ongoing 'epidemic of loneliness and isolation'

The U.S. Surgeon General released an advisory on Tuesday calling attention to

Bipartisan pair of lawmakers push to protect children online

Sens. Richard Blumenthal and Marsha Blackburn introduced bipartisan legislation Tuesday focused on

Greece looks to Vienna for new boost on Parthenon Sculptures

ATHENS, Greece -- Museums in Austria and Greece are discussing the potential

'Godfather of AI' leaves Google, warns of tech's dangers

WASHINGTON -- Sounding alarms about artificial intelligence has become a popular pastime

Alabama mother denied abortion despite fetus' 'negligible' chance of survival

Kelly Shannon was excited when she found out she was pregnant. With

Alibaba's Jack Ma turns up in Japan as college professor

TOKYO -- Jack Ma, a cofounder of Chinese e-commerce giant Alibaba Group,

Weight loss company Jenny Craig to shut down corporate offices

Weight loss giant Jenny Craig may shutter its corporate offices as early