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While “LMK” – let me know – and “WYCM” – will you call me? – are innocent enough, it’s important to identify slang that could signal some dangerous teen behavior.

The federal government is about to announce its first rules for the handling and storage of potentially toxic coal ash, months after tons of the waste spilled into a major river in North Carolina.

NASA's Mars rover, Curiosity, has detected spikes of methane in the planet's atmosphere. That suggests something is producing or venting the scientifically tantalizing gas, but no one knows what.

When it comes to melting ice on Greenland, climate change experts got everything right but the present.

Gumbo Limbo Nature Center is lending a hand in a mammoth effort to save a sizable portion of young sea turtles seldom seen on Florida's East Coast - or anywhere.

Ernie Plant's eyes get wide when he talks about how spectacular Lake Huron's salmon fishing was back in the late 1980s, when his dad would take him up north on Friday nights after his high school football games.

Any doubts Howard Tanner had about whether a hatchery-raised crop of Pacific salmon could find a home in the freshwater of the Great Lakes evaporated just months after the first class of finger-sized cohos were planted in Lake Michigan.

The author of the bumper sticker maxim that "A Bad Day Fishing is Better than a Good Day Working" never sat on the shore of Lake Huron with Jay Hall during the fall salmon run.

People who own all-electric cars where coal generates the power may think they are helping the environment. But a new study finds their vehicles actually make the air dirtier, worsening global warming.

With the death at San Diego Zoo Safari Park of a northern white rhino, the species is five animals away from extinction.

Claire Gutermuth’s drive to venture out of her comfort zone and into the daunting world of high tech is already making life more comfortable and full for some children with hand abnormalities.

More than 1 million smartphones are stolen each year, and 34 percent of smartphone owners still don’t turn on security controls.

Duke University researchers found that climate change may tip the scales in favor of invasive plant species in wetlands. This could lead to serious problems for people and animals if left unchecked.

No gravity, no fallen angels.

Black holes have been the subject of numerous works of fiction in literature, television and film – “Interstellar” being the most recent. What are they?

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