The pipeline would bring more than 800,000 barrels per day of heavy crude from Canada's oil sands into Nebraska
Conservative environmentalists push “free enterprise” approaches, like carbon tax, instead of regulations
A British child created with this technique could be born this year
U.S. health officials' revised warning says local transmission risk started earlier and reached beyond official danger zone
The rule protects smaller streams and other bodies that the EPA said could “impact downstream waters"
More than 12,000 deaths are linked to the drug
Staff at the EPA have been told the president is preparing a handful of executive orders concerning the agency
Legal experts have said the Standing Rock Sioux Tribe faces long odds in convincing courts to halt work on the pipeline
The decision could enable the $3.8 billion pipeline to begin operation as soon as June
The lawsuit accuses the agency of illegally withdrawing a rule that reduces the discharge of mercury from dental offices
In the past three months there have been multiple outbreaks in Europe, Africa and Asia
Funnel web venom needed after a dry spell triggers more bites
Trump's choice to lead the Environmental Protection Agency tells Senate he would honor the intent of the U.S. Renewable Fuel Standard
Pruitt tells Senate he would seek to ensure environmental protections are effective without hurting development
Engineers at Harvard University have given their robotic bee the ability to perch like a butterfly. The upgrade saves the tiny robots energy and brings the deployment of a new miniature class of search and rescue drones one step closer to reality. Ben Gruber reports.
A public hydrogen filling station opens in London that creates the gas on site from tap water and renewable energy. Edward Baran reports.
German Paralympian Denise Schindler tests a 3D-printed prosthesis, hoping to use it at the Rio Olympics in summer. Edward Baran reports.
Algorithms that can make a collaborative robot arm react to moving objects within milliseconds could mean a future where robots and humans work closer together on production lines. Jim Drury reports
Plans are in place to safeguard the future of Syrian agriculture by re-creating a seed collection stored in the northern Syrian city of Aleppo, which is at risk of being destroyed by the country's civil war. Edward Baran reports.
Malawi has started a test program that uses drones to improve access to HIV testing for babies, because factors including poor roads and high transportation costs can result in delays in testing that prevent access to treatment. Sharon Reich reports.