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A postbox gets the stamp of approval from a pair of nesting birds.
Insurers have been closely watching as President Trump and congressional lawmakers debate the future of subsidies that help lower deductibles and co-payments.
A study that attached cameras with suction cups to the backs of Antarctic whales has revealed never before seen feeding habits and social interactions.
A new resident off the coast of a Canadian town has turned it into a cool tourist spot.
It’s actually a clam, it lives on sulfur and researchers have studied a living specimen for the first time.
When a team of scientists went to the Yukon to study the Slims River, all they found was a "skinny lake".
Scientists find live specimens of the giant shipworm, described as "rare and enigmatic".
Some of them may know where to find food but not how to access it while others know how to get at it but not where it is hidden.
The BBC's Sir David Attenborough will show people "natural treasures" within the new Google Earth.
Good management of spacecraft mega-constellations can avoid polluting the orbital environment.
In this 360° video, get an up-close look at how a dung beetle in Laikipia, Kenya, prepares a meal.
The two brown bears were found by Ukrainian charity Four Paws.
Scientists are investigating whether releasing tons of particulates into the atmosphere might be good for the planet. Not everyone thinks this is a good idea.
Along parts of the East Coast, the entire system of insuring coastal property is beginning to break down.
Poaching, illegal logging and fishing are threatening some of the world's most iconic natural heritage sites.
On Saturday scientists and their advocates are expected to fill streets in more than 500 cities. But what they do next is just as important.
In remarks submitted to The Times, some said the president’s posture toward science demanded a response, but others worried about the politicization of science.
The percentage of scientists aged 55 and older nearly doubled from 1993 to 2008, amid concerns that young researchers are getting crowded out.
San Francisco’s Young Adult Court, created in 2015, is based on recent research suggesting that brain development extends beyond age 18, into the 20s.
A new series on the National Geographic Channel introduces viewers to the man behind the cuddly accent and the curvatures of space-time.