Student activists at more than 200 colleges are trying a new tactic in hopes of slowing the pace of climate change: They are asking their schools to stop investing in fossil fuel companies.Full story
When Mongolia’s most famous dinosaur, a relative of T. rex, returns to the Asian country on May 18, it returns to a homeland rich in dinosaur fossils, but with scant resources to display and study them. Full story
A fossil that once lined a mule track in Iraq has revealed the surprising survival of a group of ichthyosaurs, marine reptiles that swam the seas more than 66 million years ago. Full story
Rachel Maddow reports on a regular event at the Museum of Natural History in New York City at which members of the public are invited to bring in mysterious objects they have collected for identification by the museum's scientists.
Former VP Al Gore is almost as rich as Mitt Romney, according to a new in-depth Bloomberg analysis of his wealth placing it at roughly $200 million. Bloomberg News' Ken Wells joins Morning Joe to discuss Gore's wealth, $70M of which came from the sale of Current TV.
CNBC’s Jim Cramer, Former New Mexico Gov. Bill Richardson, GOP strategist Mike Murphy; Politico’s Maggie Haberman; and NBC News Andrea Mitchell talk about the need to get jobs back in the U.S. to boost the economy.
Governors of the 8 red states are pushing a strong message of low taxes, pro-business and pro fossil fuel production. Jimmy Williams, Democratic Strategist; John McLaughlin, McLaughlin & Associates CEO; Betsy McCaughey, author of "Beating Obamacare," w...
The National Museum of Brazil unveils the fossilized remains of a giant flying prehistoric reptile known as Pterosaur along with a life-sized replica of the winged lizard. NBCNews.com's Dara Brown reports.
A dinosaur fossil is seen during a ceremony in New York in this May 6, 2013 file photo. The huge Tyrannosaurus bataar's skull was on display at a repatriation ceremony near the United Nations in New York, where officials of the U.S. Attorney's Office in Manhattan and the U.S. Immigration and Custome
Dinosaur fossils are seen during a ceremony in New York May 6, 2013. A 70-million-year-old dinosaur skeleton from the Gobi Desert that was smuggled to the United States in pieces and auctioned for more than $1 million was returned on Monday by the U.S. government to Mongolia.officials. REUTERS/Eric
REFILE - ADDING OBJECT NAMEA dinosaur fossil is seen during a ceremony in New York May 6, 2013. The huge Tyrannosaurus bataar's skull was on display at a repatriation ceremony near the United Nations in New York, where officials of the U.S. Attorney's Office in Manhattan and the U.S. Immigration a