Donald Trump longest-serving White House aide Hope Hicks abruptly quit after he berated her for telling a congressional committee that she sometimes told white lies to protect him.
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The warming seas are pushing the King Penguin further and further away from its food sources, a situation that could lead to the bird's extinction by the end of the century.
Germany's top administrative court in Leipzig has ruled that municipalities can ban older diesel cars and trucks from some areas to combat air pollution.
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A group of Australia's leading climate scientists and doctors have signed a letter urging the Northern Territory government to permanently ban extracting natural gas from the ground through hydraulic fracturing, known as fracking.
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The New York State Department of Health is sounding an alarm after an Australian tourist confirmed to have measles visited several locations in the city and surrounding area.
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A televised town hall meeting on gun control and school safety might have turned into a defining moment in the career of a prominent US Senator who found himself swimming against the tide.
Nationals MP Andrew Broad plans to try to topple Deputy Prime Minister Barnaby Joyce in Monday's party room meeting, unless the embattled Mr. Joyce steps down before then.
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Cape Town, South Africa has enough water to last until July, thanks to a combination of rain and water-conservation measures put in place as it looked like the city was going dry.
Even if the nations of the world get their acts together and limit global warming as specified in the Paris Climate Accord, the seas will still rise just over a meter, according to scientists.