Pacific bluefin tuna group puts off new moves to save fish
TOKYO (AP) -- An international body that monitors fisheries in most of the Pacific Ocean ended a meeting in Japan on Thursday without agreement on fresh measures to protect the dwindling bluefin tuna....
Residents of eroding village welcome Obama's attention
ANCHORAGE, Alaska (AP) -- Residents of a Native village threatened by erosion were thankful Wednesday for President Barack Obama's attention to their plight, saying they hope his visit to Alaska will help them secure funding to build a critical evacuation road to drier ground....
New NASA soil moisture satellite loses 1 science instrument
LOS ANGELES (AP) -- A NASA satellite launched just seven months ago has lost the use of one of two science instruments, but the space agency said Wednesday that the mission to map global soil moisture will continue....
Lots of trees to hug: Study counts 3 trillion trees on Earth
WASHINGTON (AP) -- More than 3 trillion trees now grow on Earth, seven times more than scientists previously thought. But it's also trillions fewer than there used to be, a new study concludes....
Soyuz carrying 3-man crew blasts off for orbiting station
BAIKONUR, Kazakhstan (AP) -- A Soyuz spacecraft carrying a Russian, a Dane and a Kazakh blasted off on Wednesday for a two-day trip to the International Space Station....
UN: This El Nino to be among the strongest since 1950
GENEVA (AP) -- The current El Nino weather pattern may be on track to become one of the strongest in more than half a century, experts at the World Meteorological Organization said Tuesday....
North America's tallest mountain gets new name _ and height
ANCHORAGE, Alaska (AP) -- North America's tallest mountain doesn't just have a new name. It also has a new elevation....
New collars monitor pets for pain, problems
LOS ANGELES (AP) -- You can use wearables with GPS to keep track of wandering dogs. Others help you track animals' physical activity....
Fossils show big bug ruled the seas 460 million years ago
WASHINGTON (AP) -- Earth's first big predatory monster was a weird water bug as big as Tom Cruise, newly found fossils show....
CERN: Test results show more detail about 'God particle'
GENEVA (AP) -- After three years of scrutinizing the elusive Higgs boson closely, scientists say they've determined that the "God particle" behaves just as predicted....
Rowan County Clerk Kim Davis is refusing to surrender in a battle over who can and can't be wed. She invoked "God's authority" Tuesday as she defied a series of federal court orders and once again denied marriage licenses to same-sex couples. After the Supreme Court's landmark decision on same-sex marriage in June, Davis announced she would issue no more marriage licenses. County taxpayers pay Davis $80,000 as the elected clerk.
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