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Animals Are Shrinking and Freezing to Death in a Changing Arctic
Unusual weather brought by climate change is making it tough for muskoxen to get food—and sometimes even entombs them in ice.
World's Largest Underwater Cave Discovered
Joining two previously known underwater caves, the newly discovered system is 215 miles long.
This Rat-Free City Park Is a Paradise of Rare Birds
Since a park in Wellington, New Zealand, fenced out rats, stoats, and other predators, rare indigenous birds have returned to the city.
What Makes This Flu Season So Bad
A dangerous strain paired with less effective vaccines has created a dangerous recipe for illness.
Venomous Sea Snake Found Off California—How'd It Get There?
The yellow-bellied sea snake usually roams the world's tropical oceans.
The Science Behind the Meteor That Lit Up the North American Sky
What's the difference between a meteor, a meteoroid, and a meteorite?
A Running List of How Trump Is Changing the Environment
The Trump administration has promised vast changes to U.S. science and environmental policy—and we’re tracking them here as they happen.
Watch Wildlife Crime Evidence Go Up in Flames to Protect Species
Authorities in Indonesia destroyed a stuffed tiger, boa skins, and other contraband to ensure they don’t leak out of government possession and back onto the black market.
Vintage Video Explains How Road Maps Were Made in 1940
See how mapmakers painstakingly kept pace in an era when America’s road network was constantly expanding.
Your Bright Idea Could Save the Biggest Reef on Earth
Australia is calling on scientists from around the world to help rescue the Great Barrier Reef.
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US slips behind China in new leadership poll
A year into Donald Trump's presidency, global confidence in US leadership has fallen to a new low, according to an opinion survey conducted across 134 countries.
The UN agency tasked with assisting Palestinian refugees says the Trump administration's decision to cut its funding has sparked its biggest-ever "financial crisis."
CNN's Melissa Bell reports on the ill-equipped migrants making a perilous trek across the Alps from Italy to France in search of a better life.
North, South Korea will march together under one flag
North and South Korean athletes will march together at the Winter Olympics opening ceremony under a unified flag representing the entire peninsula, South Korea announced Wednesday.
President Trump's anti-immigrant stance is leading some in the United States tech industry to leave the country and return to their homeland. CNN's Matt Rivers reports.
Facebook looks into Russian meddling in Brexit
CNN is the first news crew to be shown the missile that was fired by Houthis in Yemen and was intercepted by Saudis near Riyadh last month.
Suicide blast in Nigeria leaves at least 10 dead, dozens injured
Preliminary reports indicate at least 10 people were killed after four female suicide bombers detonated explosives in the Nigerian city of Maiduguri, according to a spokesman for the National Emergency Management Agency.
Journalist Masha Gessen tells Christiane Amanpour why she thinks totalitarianism has "reclaimed" Russia and looks ahead to the country's presidential election.
The UN agency for Palestinian refugees (UNRWA) has warned there could be instability after the US slashed funding to the organization.
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