Washington: Electricity from the nose? Well, it may appear weird, but engineers claim they are working on a technique which would generate power from human respiration.

Residents living amid oil and gas well sites urged federal environmental regulators Thursday to implement rules that would require the industry to capture almost all of the smog-producing compounds

As a child, Adeline Smith, an elder in the Lower Elwha Klallam Tribe who grew up along the Elwha River, saw how a hulking concrete dam choked off one of the most prolific salmon runs on earth.

As a child, Adeline Smith, an elder in the Lower Elwha Klallam Tribe who grew up along the Elwha River, saw how a hulking concrete dam choked off one of the most prolific salmon runs on earth.

The design for NASA’s newest behemoth of a rocket harkens back to the giant workhorse liquid rockets that propelled men to the moon.

Do environmental regulations kill jobs? Republicans and business groups say yes, arguing that environmental protection is simply too expensive for a battered economy.

Having cut a path of destruction that stretched from the Outer Banks of North Carolina to the eastern tip of Long Island in a 24-hour period that killed at least nine people in five states and caused an unprecedented shutdown of the transit systems in Washington, Philadelphia and New York, a weakened but still ferocious Hurricane Irene, now downgraded to a tropical storm, set its sights on a battened-down New England late Sunday morning.

A 5.9 magnitude earthquake centred in Virginia shook much of Washington, D.C., and was felt as far north as New York City and Martha's Vineyard, Massachusetts, where President Barack Obama is vacationing.

The strongest quake to strike the eastern America in more than a century has rattled offices in the US capital, forcing authorities to evacuate buildings as far as New York and shut down two nuclea

Washington: One day your annual flu shot could come in the mail. At least that

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