Greenpeace warns in a new report that we've wasted decades and billions of dollars pretending single-use plastic recycling is feasible or desirable.
Others are understandably furious after the judge, deemed “unqualified” by the American Bar Association, issued the decision.
The pricey salad chain CEO took to LinkedIn to espouse his views on the pandemic, such as that Americans who got seriously ill were too fat.
Heat-related deaths are on the rise and on track to outpace deaths from cold temperatures, finds a first-of-its-kind study.
Authorities across the US hired thousands of contact tracers to fight COVID-19. Workers say their efforts withered under bureaucracy and public apathy
There’s a golden opportunity to track deadly new variants of the virus in the sewers.
A new report says 40% of total COVID deaths could have been avoided.
The COVID Vaccine Rollout Has Been So Chaotic People Are Making Their Own Websites to Find Appointments
Websites built by individuals on a volunteer basis provide an alternative to navigating government bureaucracy.
About 22,000 attended the game in person, and countless others celebrated in the streets.
Dr. Pinar Keskinocak is using her eclectic expertise and positions of leadership to fix crucial flaws in global operations, all while elevating the next generation of scientists.
Dr. Beverly Wright, co-founder of the National Black Environmental Justice Network, has spent decades empowering communities that are vulnerable to toxic chemicals.