Skip to content
RCL correspondent Kinga Philipps details the damage and signs of hope.
By Kinga Philipps
It has destroyed more than 150 structures so far.
The groundwater is contaminated and the coconuts are radioactive, but the coral reefs thrive.
A 2,700-word New York Times profile delves into how the beloved hippo became “like Beyoncé.”
Lions shot in Zimbabwe and Zambia are eligible to be shipped to the U.S.
It continues to record while boiling rock from Hawaii’s Kilauea volcano engulfs it.
Remains of this “living fossil” have been dated back 80 million years, according to the BBC.
Cow sharks rammed submersible to defend a whale shark carcass they were feasting upon.
Alpha male of Oregon's first wolf pack in 70 years was hunted down after another attack on cattle.
Increased vigilance follows moves to shrink public lands and open them up to drilling and mining.
'Cloned agave' farming is threatening bats and leaving the industry's crops more vulnerable.
One famous Bigfoot hunter has become an expert on a strange set of missing persons cases.
Meteorologists said that hurricane season lasts through the end of October.
One of the most-damaging blazes in modern Californian history, the fires have burned at least 1,500 ...
Chunk of rock broke off at popular climbing ascent.
The 18-inch long rat is thought to crack coconuts and eat fruit seeds.
A new study confirms alligators have sharks and stingrays on their menu.
Ryan Tate, founder of Vetpaw, runs a nonprofit that hires post-9/11 vets to combat poaching.
By Will Levith
At least 250 people died in the earthquake on Tuesday.
Directors of the new documentary 'Trophy' make case for killing some animals to save the rest.
By Sean Cunningham