Puerto Rico has introduced a new law protecting a swathe of the island's coast that has become a major nesting site for the world's largest turtle, the leatherback.
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The BBC has refused to drop a Panorama programme on North Korea after a students' union said it used students "as a human shield" to film there.
The Danish capital is moving rapidly toward a zero-carbon future, as it erects wind farms, transforms its citywide heating systems, promotes energy efficiency, and lures more people out of their cars and onto public transportation and bikes.
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Scientists have gained a remarkable insight into some of the oldest dinosaur embryos ever found.
New details have emerged about "self-cleaning" effects in the Gulf of Mexico witnessed in the wake of the Deepwater Horizon oil spill.
One in four women in political science have delayed starting families to pursue academic careers, and those who combine the two often hide that they are pregnant or nursing to avoid hurting their job prospects, a new study shows.
There's the University of California, the California State University and California Community Colleges. Soon, there could be a fourth system of higher education -- the New University of California.
A consensus is emerging among scientists that the rate of global warming has slowed over the last decade. While they are still examining why, many researchers believe this phenomenon is linked to the heat being absorbed by the world’s oceans.
The Buddhist monk grabbed a young Muslim girl and put a knife to her neck.