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THE Sperrins Gateway Landscape Partnership will benefit from a 12,000 Natural Heritage Grant to develop a 'Spurs of Rock' geodiversity strategy over the next two years. Comment?
Helix Poeticus, a.k.a. the Coachella Snail, travels slowly through the crowd during the Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival on April 12, 2013. Comment?
Volkswagen UK has launched the new Caddy Maxi Camper, the most compact and affordable model in the carmaker's camper range behind the California Beach and SE models, and the Caravelle with "sleep pack". Based on the Caddy Maxi, the Camper edition is 4.8-meters long and 1.8-meters high and is priced from A 23,397 . Volkswagen's new addition to its ... (more) Comment?
To understand the current state of the gun-ban crowd's "conversation" about destroying the Second Amendment, it boils down to this: insanity versus sanity. Comment?
A 50-acre compound on the Greenwich waterfront with a pair of private islands, a driveway longer than most highway interchanges and a 19th-century French Victorian mansion with as many bedrooms as there are days of Christmas hit the market Friday at an other-worldly $190 million. Comment?
They say it pays to be nice, but for one friendly waitress in Indiana, the pay-off was one whopper of a tip. Comment?
Ted Nugent's brother, Jeffrey Nugent, wrote in a Washington post op-ed piece that he would endorse gun background checks. Comment?
Clark Kelly plans to spend a lot of time on the links this spring. The Illinois farmer is plowing the Hend-Co-Hills Golf Course near tiny Biggsville into a cornfield. Comment?
The state of Alaska on Monday proposed a multiyear, multimillion-dollar plan aimed at determining the true oil and gas potential in the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge. Comment?
This March 4, 2004 file photo shows a Santa Cruz Island fox bred in captivity being held by a wildlife biologist for the National Park Service, on Santa Cruz Island in Channel Islands National Park, Calif. Comment?
A state judge says a whitewater rafting company can resume guided trips in the Adirondacks but must post a $50,000 bond and cannot rent rafts or kayaks to customers who captain their own boats on rivers requiring licensed guides. Comment?
Senators working on a wide-ranging immigration bill have agreed to tighten controls on the asylum system that allows people fleeing war or persecution to find refuge in the U.S. Sen. Comment?
Martin Simard, 57, who was on vacation in Playa del Carmen in Mexico's Yucatan peninsula, was an experienced diver and was well-known amongst the region's diving community. Comment?
This April 23, 2013 file photo shows Peter Bergen, director, National Security Studies Program, New America Foundation testifying on Capitol Hill in Washington, during a hearing on drones. Comment?
After researching a device that draws energy from knee movement, some mechanical engineering students at Rice University decided to see if they could get the same result from another, less intrusive wearable item: a shoe. Comment?
A short hike turned into a cold overnight stay in the backcountry for a group of six hikers who lost their way on an unmarked trail in Kananaskis Country armed with only warm clothes and lighters. Comment?
A man has been arrested in Puerto Rico for a bomb threat directed at LGBT rights activist Pedro Julio Serrano and an upcoming LGBT rights demonstration, the AP reports : Special Agent Moises Quniones says the suspect was taken into custody at home in San Juan on a cyberbullying charge. Comment?
Cheshire Wildlife Trust is hosting a guided walk around the 'lost lagoon' of Wigg Island, in Runcorn on Tuesday, May 28, from 7.30pm to 9.30pm. Local nature expert Jeff Clarke will be on hand to help you spot and identify the abundance of local birds and wildlife, and answer any nature questions you may have, so why not bring the family to this ... (more) Comment?
The Environmental Law Institute has announced that Robert P. Brooks , a wetlands scientist at Penn State, has received the 2013 National Wetlands Award for Science Research. Comment?
Four peregrine falcon chicks born atop a We Energies power plant in Port Washington do not yet have names, but they each have a number. Comment?