Bill Clinton to stump for nervous Democrats in Nevada
Bill Clinton to stump for nervous Democrats in Nevada October 25, 2014

Karl Rove fund announced it will pump $820,000 into campaign to target Nevada Democratic candidate.

Environmental lawyers take to the courts in struggle against companies responsible for climate change
Environmental lawyers take to the courts in struggle against companies responsible for climate change October 22, 2014

Despite a lack of previous success, many environmental lawyers are turning to US courts as a way to fight back against companies directly responsible for climate change.

New PETA report details SeaWorld animals with skin lesions, scars
New PETA report details SeaWorld animals with skin lesions, scars October 22, 2014

PETA officially filed the complaint with the USDA, which oversees and inspects SeaWorld facilities, on Monday.

Australia revamps Antarctic sanctuary plans
Australia revamps Antarctic sanctuary plans October 21, 2014

A new plan is to be presented for a one million square mile protected zone off the Indian Ocean side of Antarctica.

Wisconsin closes three wolf hunting zones in animal protection effort
Wisconsin closes three wolf hunting zones in animal protection effort October 21, 2014

In an continued effort to help waning gray wolf populations, Wisconsin has closed another hunting zone, restricting the state two just two.

Critics attack bias in federal sage-grouse workshop
Critics attack bias in federal sage-grouse workshop October 20, 2014

The U.S Fish and Wildlife Service is under fire from critics who think the new sage-grouse workshop is biased in favor of increasing federal limits.

President Obama designates San Gabriel Mountains a national monument
President Obama designates San Gabriel Mountains a national monument October 16, 2014

President Obama visited San Dimas and the San Gabriel Valley last Friday for the official designation of a new national monument north of Los Angeles

New species named for same-sex marriage struggle
New species named for same-sex marriage struggle October 15, 2014

A recently categorized Taiwanese snail has been named in honor of the struggle for same-sex marriage.

Environmental groups take USFWS to court for not protecting wolverine
Environmental groups take USFWS to court for not protecting wolverine October 15, 2014

The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service is being taken to court by 20 environmental groups who claim that the agency failed to protect the wolverine under the Endangered Species Act.

Possible life on Mars implied during interview with NASA chief
Possible life on Mars implied during interview with NASA chief October 15, 2014

A recent interview on the Mars Mission with NASA chief Charles Bolden was analyzed to suggest that life on Mars, both past and present, is a possibility.