SAN FRANCISCO, (GaeaTimes.com)- Science and technology is reaching a new peak every day.
TIANJIN, China - Hopes dimmed for progress at climate talks in China as negotiators moved into their final day Saturday with little consensus.
ST. LOUIS - A Missouri lead producer has agreed to pay about $65 million to settle environmental violations at several of its sites in southeast Missouri, officials announced Friday.
DENVER - Animal advocacy groups have sought an injunction to stop a roundup of wild horses in northwestern Colorado that's scheduled to begin Monday.
WASHINGTON - The United States and South Korea should be prepared for a crisis in North Korea when dictator Kim Jong Il leaves power, South Korea's defense chief said Friday.
- Pickens buys NV ranch for wild horse sanctuary
- Govt to add electric vehicles to federal fleet
- China highlights climate change efforts
- POLITICAL INSIDER: Women's group targets Boehner
- Federal officials deny Montana's wolf hunt request
- Zhang calls new film a back-to-basics romance
- Onorato doubts lawmakers can agree on drilling tax
- FDA stresses need to modernize its science
- China faces hurdles amid quest for a Nobel Prize
- Limited progress in climate talks in China
- Environmentalists get rare look at island off NY
- South Korea: NKorea's nuclear threat 'dangerous'
- Oil industry aids effort to suspend CA climate law
- Interior denies protection for Calif. fish species
- Supreme Court grapples with NASA privacy questions
- Lieberman: Health care, politics nixed energy bill
- NY-based theater group wins $700K government grant
- Delegates told to ID achievable goals on climate
- Nobel Prize given for test tube baby research
- Climate change talks open in China
- Western lawmakers turn sights on endangered wolves
- Stem cell pioneer mentioned for Nobel Prize
- Obama promotes clean energy; GOP hits Dem spending
- Obama promotes technology; GOP calls for tax cuts
- Obama promotes clean-energy technology
- Johnson opposes funding for embryonic stem cells
- 62 mpg for new cars? It's the US target for 2025
- Gov't looking at 62 mpg goal for 2025 autos
- AP Sources: New vehicles could reach 62 mpg by '25
- AP sources: New vehicles may reach 62 mpg by 2025
- APNewsBreak: EPA official praises NM emission plan
- Wis. US Sen. hopeful: Global warming 'unproven'
- AP source: EPA seeks to regulate chemical in water
- Mines, Michigan regulators reach deal on cleanup
- Bill would exempt wolves from federal protection