The battle for Mount Rushmore: ‘It should be turned into something like the Holocaust Museum’

The national memorial draws nearly 3 million visitors a year – and Native Americans want the site back with a focus on oppression

Lights, dogs, action! Patagonia project to keep pumas from preying on sheep

A trial using maremma sheepdogs and Foxlights is offering a new way to protect livestock and diffuse conflict with ranchers over the big cats

Horrifying Massive Oil Pipeline Blaze Sets Gulf Of Mexico On Fire

The hellish blaze that erupted in gulf pipeline operated by Mexican state oil firm Pemex was reportedly extinguished after several hours.

Lawmaker Threatens to Subpoena Exxon After Secret Video

The chairman of a powerful House subcommittee said he is seeking answers from Exxon and other oil and gas giants over their role in spreading disinformation on climate change.

Lawmaker Threatens to Subpoena Exxon After Secret Video

How to kill a planet

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These Birds Didn’t Have Chlamydia or West Nile. But They’re Still Dying.

After birds died in several states, many blinded with crusted-over eyes, wildlife officials were able to rule out a number of pathogens as the cause.

Media Coverage Of Climate Change Is Improving. But That Alone Won’t Stamp Out Disinformation

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The Deadliness of Hot Nights in a Heat Wave

Climate change is contributing to worsening heat waves. One result is that people can no longer count on a reprieve: cooler evening temperatures. Here’s how high overnight temperatures can make heat waves deadlier.

Heat wave joins list of Oregon’s deadliest natural disasters; the worst remains Heppner Flood of 1903