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Marine biologist Nancy Black is now facing 20 years in prison for carrying out the very research the government permitted her to do.
Gibson’s Blues: Endless Laws Criminalizing Business
Experts say thanks to overcriminalization, almost anyone could be convicted of a federal crime. The phenomenon is not only bad for individuals, it's bad for businesses, like Gibson Guitars.
As the clean up effort intensifies, oil continues spilling into the Gulf of Mexico. Each day, the futures of fisherman grow dimmer.
After her parents divorced, Lorna Effler, who had been raised in a Christian environment, soon became the prodigal daughter, seeking out the party lifestyle of drugs and alcohol.
CEO of the National Wildlife Federation, Larry Schweiger considers global warming to be the greatest threat that wildlife and humanity has ever faced, from an ecological standpoint.
Each year in sub Saharan Africa 2 million people die of AIDS-related diseases. In Zambia, one of the continent's poorest nations, one million people of the 10 million population - or one in 10 - are living with HIV.
America is rich in oil. A potentially huge field in Alaska has been off limits for decades. But a majority of Americans say it's time to go for it.
Hurricane Ike left it's mark on the Texas coast early Saturday morning.But first responders like Operation Blessing are working hard to bring relief.
It's not as widespread, but firefighters on the East Coast are battling another kind of wildfire.
It is actually the world's largest mega-volcano measuring, and it has produced the planet's most monstrous eruptions.
Five-Year-Old Texas Girl Catches Piranha
Gulf Habitat Rebounds, Livelihoods Uncertain
Wildlife Trust Saves Africa's Orphaned Elephants
Fla. Resident Captures Otter Attack on Video
Town's Radical Change a 'Hope for America'
Glacier Nat'l Park's Biggest Wonders Melting Away
Killer Grizzly Bear Captured in Montana