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A storm column stretches up 50,000 feet into the atmosphere in a stunning image from the NASA Earth Observatory.
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Small Earthquake, Aftershocks Shake Napa Region
The 3.9-magnitude earthquake near American Canyon early Tuesday was accompanied by at least three aftershocks — two days after a major quake hit.
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Hold On Tight: Are Bigger, Badder Quakes on the Way?
The 6.0-magnitude earthquake that rocked Napa Valley was big. Something bigger, however, could be on the way.
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Prairie Alight With Natural Gas Burn-Off
North Dakota wastes about $100 million worth of natural gas each month by burning it off as the shale boom has put a strain on pipeline systems.
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Danger Beneath: 'Fracking' Pipes Threaten Rural Residents
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Pipelines built to carry explosive substances to storage facilities run past homes, but often don't have to meet federal or state safety rules.
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This Year's Weather May Be Most Unusual on Record
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Quake Reaction: Tweets From People Near the Epicenter
People react to the 6.0-magnitude quake that hit near Vallejo, California.
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Who's Driving That Tanker? New Sailing Rules Emerge
A quarter-century after the Exxon Valdez gushed oil into Alaskan waters, new rules for shipping crews might prevent a similar disaster in the Arctic.
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Airlines on Alert as Iceland Volcano Eruption Begins
Iceland raised its aviation alert to red Saturday as the restless Bardarbunga volcano began erupting beneath the ice.
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Ford 'Green Zone' Promises to Improve Electric Cars
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Ford’s Green Zone system promises to improve the energy efficiency of its battery-based vehicles.
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Climate Bomb? Methane Bubbles Up Off East Coast
Methane appears to be bubbling up from more than 500 vents on the Atlantic seafloor in a finding with long-term implications for the global climate.
Jellyfish Invade California Lake
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Zoo Design Envisions Habitats Without Humans
A new plan for the Givskud Zoo in Denmark gives animals more freedom in captivity while effectively placing humans inside protective barriers.
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Drought Discovery: The West Is So Dry, It's Rising
The historic drought is causing more than dry lawns and skyrocketing water bills. It's also making mountains rise.
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This Green Activist Might Become Brazil's Next Leader
Pollsters say Marina Silva is the politician most likely to pick up the "protest vote" that has sent millions of Brazilians onto the streets.
World's Most Dangerous Room: Fukushima Far From Fixed
Years have passed, but normalcy remains elusive at Japan's Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant.
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Fourteen years of drought has left Lake Mead at its lowest level since the Hoover Dam was built in the 1930s.
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Riots and Raids: The Week in Pictures
Lightning strikes in Ferguson, drought devastates California, Ebola isolates, Big Ben gets a cleaning, the pope visits South Korea and more.
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An Overpass for Lions? How to Save L.A.'s Mountain Cats
Trapped amid a web of highways and spiraling down genetically, the mountain lions roaming Los Angeles' edge might be saved by an overpass.
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