Since 2004, Boston University professor Richard Primack and his students have been documenting the same things as Henry David Thoreau did in his book, "Walden."
You've almost certainly seen fungus throughout the environment. Growing on top of, inside of and underneath all sorts of surfaces. But fungus, which may be a nuisance to you, make up an incredibly important part of the ecosystem.
It's a New Hampshire tradition. Just after midnight on New Hampshire primary day, a few voters gather in the small hamlet of Dixville Notch to cast the first votes of the election. This year, Mitt Romney and Jon Huntsman each got two votes. Newt Gingrich and Ron Paul each had a vote and President Barack Obama had three votes.
With mysterious diseases threatening bees and bats, scientists look to butterflies to assess environmental health.
We can thank rising energy prices, the current economic slump and global warming for the latest trend: the four-day work week.
With energy prices soaring, the economy slumping and global warming fears taking center stage, there is no end of innovative responses to this new world order. But today, hybrid cars, compact fluorescent lights and low-flow shower heads seem old school compared to the latest energy saving trend: the four-day work week.