Redirecting runoff underground could make for a much more pleasant day at the beach In 2011, water pollution closed or drove visitors away from U.S. shores on more than 15,000 beach days across the country.
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Norwegian Pål Hermansen has won the 2013 Fritz Pölking award with his photography story 'Car Cemetery - A Wildlife Reserve'. The award, named in honour of wildlife photographer Fritz Pölking, who died
The South Korean government has cleared The Korean Land and Housing Corporation, which it owns, to build the world's first "invisible" skyscraper — near Seoul's Incheon International Airport. Erecting
Planes in U.S. airspace flew too close to each other nearly 4,400 times last year, more than double the number from the previous year, the FAA reported Thursday. In addition to the close calls, there 18
Science News A spacecraft from Earth has left its cosmic backyard and taken its first steps in interstellar space, NASA says. After streaking through space for nearly 35 years, NASA's robotic Voyager probe
Forty nine licences suspended affecting exports of helicopter and aircraft parts and communications equipment. Britain has suspended 49 export licences to Egypt, saying it wanted to prevent British military
President Barack Obama pledged he’d appoint “outside experts” to review the country’s surveillance practices, but he’s since tapped largely insiders for the key posts. The group, formed to examine the