The Mediterranean region faces a sharp increase in dangerously hot days by the end of the century if greenhouse gas emissions continue to rise, scientists said.
Florida will no longer issue permits allowing developers to bury gopher tortoises alive.
An ancient image of the mythological Minotaur labyrinth has been found in Bulgaria.
Astronomers in Northern Ireland are trying to explain a puzzle discovered this decade -- a bright 2004 stellar flare followed two years later by a supernova.
A California refinery has been fined $1 million for threatening groundwater supplies by dumping oil refinery waste into its wells, U.S. officials said.
The Los Alamos, N.M., National Laboratory reportedly breached national security by sending classified nuclear weapons information over the Internet.
Russian sources blame the United States for the failure of a key computer aboard the International Space Station, ABC News reported Friday.
A federal judge in Spokane, Wash., has ruled that only wild fish can be counted in determining which species are endangered.
NASA officials said there's only an "extremely remote chance" the International Space Station might be evacuated because of ongoing computer problems.
Current cancer therapies often succeed at initially eliminating the bulk of the disease, including all rapidly proliferating cells, but are eventually thwarted because they cannot eliminate a small reservoir of multiple-drug-resistant ...