New research suggests that every U.S. state could be affected by rising sea levels. In low-lying island nations like Tuvalu and the Maldives, the term “climate migrant” is all too familiar. Rising sea
In recent years, things have been overwhelmingly bad for the Great Barrier Reef. Scientists say that one of our world's greatest natural treasures is now truly "terminal." This news comes after sequential,
OAKDALE, N.Y. — The Great South Bay, flanked by Fire Island and the South Shore of Long Island, once produced half the shellfish consumed in the United States, and supported 6,000 jobs in the early 1970s.
Outdated infrastructure is making water too expensive for millions of families. Access to clean water is a basic human right. Yet for 14 million US households, or 12 percent of homes, water bills are expensive.
SEOUL (Reuters) - South Korea’s finance minister said on Sunday the government was already working on downsizing its trade surplus with the United States, a reference to U.S. President Donald Trump’s Thursday
As Trump faces down North Korea, it’s alarming to think that most of the world’s nuclear warheads are now in the hands of men who are prepared to use them Last week, Donald Trump deployed his superweapon
Putin may not like the Islamic Republic, but it serves his interests in important ways. Want a deal with Vladimir Putin in the Middle East? Then start with the real questions: Are the Russians prepared
In the eerie world of international espionage, nothing of late has topped the official US accusation that Russian president Vladimir Putin plotted to put US president Donald Trump in power. Now, the tale
By Max Bearak Max Bearak Africa bureau chief based in Nairobi Email Bio Follow President Trump is intent on completing a border wall with Mexico, even if it means instigating a trade war with the U.S.'s