EPA Says It Will Allow Continued Sale Of Controversial Pesticide

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Fewer Zika-Linked Birth Defects Than Expected

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Eddie Salmeron of the California Ghetto Carping club holds the 50-pound carp he caught in Los Angeles' MacArthur Park. Eddie Salmeron hide caption

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Fishermen Catch 50-Pound Carp In The Middle Of Los Angeles

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Pesticide warning sign in an orange grove. The sign, in English and Spanish, warns that the pesticide chlorpyrifos, or Lorsban, has been applied to these orange trees. Jim West/Science Source hide caption

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EPA Decides Not To Ban A Pesticide, Despite Its Own Evidence Of Risk

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Vials of the HPV vaccination drug Gardasil. Doctors and public health experts say the new version of the vaccine could protect more people against cancer. Matthew Busch for The Washington Post/Getty Images hide caption

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Spraying sea salt into the atmosphere to increase the reflective cloud cover over oceans is the way some scientists think they might be able to bring down Earth's temperature. At least they'd like to safely test the idea on a small scale. Pixza/Getty Images hide caption

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Scientists Who Want To Study Climate Engineering Shun Trump

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Measuring The Impact Of Rolling Back Environmental Regulations

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A New Kind Of March Madness Hits Schools

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Bill Kochevar received an implanted brain-recording and muscle-stimulating system that allowed him to move limbs he hadn't been able to move in eight years. Cleveland FES Center hide caption

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Paralyzed Man Uses Thoughts To Control His Own Arm And Hand

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Mayor Of Wyoming Coal Town Reacts To Trump's Climate Order

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Trump Signs Executive Order Rolling Back Regulation On Carbon Emissions

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EVATAR is a book-size lab system that can replicate a woman's reproductive cycle. Each compartment contains living tissue from a different part of the reproductive tract. The blue fluid pumps through each compartment, chemically connecting the various tissues. Courtesy of Northwestern University hide caption

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Device Mimicking Female Reproductive Cycle Could Aid Research

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The Truth Is, Lying Might Not Be So Bad

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Expected Executive Actions On Climate Change Policies Aim To Ensure Focus On Energy Independence

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Trump's Plan To Ditch Clean Power Plan Threatens Paris Agreement

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Proposed Budget Cuts Slash Funding For Great Lakes Clean-Up

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There's overwhelming consensus that breast-feeding is the optimal way to feed an infant. But the topic of how breast-feeding may influence cognitive ability is controversial. Guerilla/Getty Images hide caption

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Breast-Fed Kids May Be Less Hyper, But Not Necessarily Smarter, Study Finds

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EPA Chief: Trump Plans To Kill Obama-era Clean Power Plan

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In Conflict With Trump Agenda, California Sets Stricter Auto Emissions Standards

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