Egg-loving invaders lead scientists on a mad chase
FLORIDA CITY, Fla. — Invasive lizards have been running rampant across South Florida since March, eating every egg they can find, and there's nothing stopping people from buying more of them as pets.
Senate Dems return from Bonn, say America's 'still in'
As global leaders continue to meet in Bonn, Germany, for the U.N. Climate Change Conference, Democrats in Congress presented a united front during a rally today against President Trump and his decision to withdraw the United States from the Paris accord.
Committee approves conservation package
The Senate Committee on Agriculture, Nutrition and Forestry this morning approved legislation to allow the government to release or sell public lands and designate other areas for wilderness preservation.
Committee to vote on management bill
The Senate Committee on Agriculture, Nutrition and Forestry will vote today on a land management bill that would authorize small land transfers in Georgia, Louisiana, California and several other states.
Erie algal bloom tied for 3rd worst this century — NOAA
The algal bloom that covered Lake Erie this summer was roughly equivalent to the severity of 2013's bloom, which was the third worst observed this century, a NOAA report found.