Officials of a gray wolf reintroduction program in New Mexico and Arizona are reportedly considering allowing ranchers to kill problem wolves.
Colorado's top air pollution official wants the state Air Quality Control Commission to consider eliminating Denver's 10-year-old tailpipe testing program.
From infomercials to product placements in soap operas, being pitched products while watching a television program is only to be expected among U.S. viewers.
An increasing number of U.S. cities are reportedly eliminating the need to separate paper from cans and bottles in favor of single-bin recycling.
The U.S. government is starting one of the largest genetic research projects in history: the categorization of all genes involved in cancer.
An electronic nose is so sensitive that it can distinguish between cigarette smoke and smoke from an office or factory fire. Developed by a European research consortium the device will help to end the vast number of false ...
The National High Magnetic Field Laboratory is ending its year with another achievement of international importance as engineers and technicians this week completed testing of a world-record magnet.
Researchers at Harvard University have demonstrated that gas bubbles can exist in stable non-spherical shapes without the application of external force. The micron- to millimeter scale peapod-, doughnut- and sausage-shaped ...
AT&T said Wednesday its merger with SBC will allow users to cut down on their telecommunications cost by as much as $180 each year.
Congressional Democrats have joined the chorus of criticism over the United States' perceived lapses in cybersecurity.