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First research links California quakes to oil operations

A 2005 spate of quakes in California's Central Valley almost certainly was triggered by oilfield injection underground, a study published Thursday said in the first such link in California between oil and gas operations and earthquakes. Researchers at the University of California at Santa Cruz, the University of Southern California ...

In this Feb. 2, 2016 photo released by Stanford University is Marc Tessier-Lavigne in Stanford, Calif. A neuroscientist who leads a prestigious graduate school and biomedical research institute in New York City was named Thursday as Stanford University's next president, a position he said he would use to champion basic research and the value of a liberal arts education. Tessier-Lavigne, president of The Rockefeller University, will become Stanford's 11th president on Sept. 1, the California university's Board of Trustees announced. (Linda A. Cicero/ Stanford News Service via AP)

Stanford names New York university leader as next president

A neuroscientist who leads a prestigious graduate school and biomedical research institute in New York City was named Thursday as Stanford University's next president, a position he said he would use to champion basic research and the value of a liberal arts education. Marc Tessier-Lavigne, president of The Rockefeller University, ...

FILE - In this Thursday, Jan. 7, 2016 file photo, dead common murres lie washed up on a rocky beach in Whittier, Alaska. A federal scientist seeking reasons for a massive die-off of one of the most abundant seabirds in Alaska, the common murre, suggests a close look at their relationship to some of the ocean’s smallest creatures, zooplankton, that may be affected by warming water. (AP Photo/Mark Thiessen, File)

Data gaps hinder explanation for Alaska seabird die-off

A preliminary investigation into the massive die-off of common murres, one of the Northern Hemisphere's most abundant seabirds, off Alaska's coast is revealing gaps in basic information on North Pacific waters and the wildlife that inhabit them. Federal scientists say the mortality may reach the hundreds of thousands. Emaciated common ...

The Director of the Pan American Health Organization Dr. Carissa Etienne, center, speaks to the press during the Mercosur Health Ministers summit to address the spread of Zika virus in the region, at the Mercosur building in Montevideo, Uruguay, Wednesday, Feb. 3, 2016. The ministers of 13 countries are meeting to coordinate efforts to fight the spread of the mosquito born virus. (AP Photo/Matilde Campodonico)

Health officials want more Zika samples, data from Brazil

Brazil is not sharing enough samples and disease data to let researchers determine whether the Zika virus is, as feared, linked to the increased number of babies born with abnormally small heads in the South American country, U.N. and U.S. health officials say. Without viruses from Brazil — the epicenter ...

In this photo taken Saturday, Jan. 30, 2016, a sedated rhino lies on the ground in the Kruger National Park after rangers darted it so they could attach a tracking device to the animal in efforts to stop poaching. Poachers have killed rhinos in record numbers to meet the consumer demand for their horns in parts of Asia, particularly Vietnam. (AP Photo/Christopher Torchia)

South African rangers seek to track rhinos in wildlife park

A heavily pregnant rhino lay in the scrub in a South African wildlife park, sedated by rangers who attached a tracking device to the threatened animal as part of efforts to stop poaching in a country with most of the world's rhinos. Journalists witnessed the operation last weekend in Kruger ...

Trump: 'I Think I Came First in Iowa'

Trump: 'I Think I Came First in Iowa'

US Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump on Wednesday disputed the result of his party's caucus in Iowa, saying he believed he actually came first. He was speaking to supporters at a rally in

Homeland Security: No Credible Super Bowl Threat

Homeland Security: No Credible Super Bowl Threat

Secretary of Homeland Security Jeh Johnson says there is no credible threat at this time as federal, state and local law enforcement officials prepare for Super Bowl 50 on Sunday. (Feb. 3)

This undated still frame taken from the first publicly released video of the giant cat, provided by the Center for Biological Diversity, shows the only known wild jaguar in the United States roaming in a mountain range just south of Tucson, Ariz. "El Jefe" — Spanish for "the boss" — has been living in the Santa Rita Mountains 25 miles south of downtown Tucson for over three years, according to the Center for Biological Diversity. (Center for Biological Diversity via AP)

Video shows only known US jaguar roaming Arizona mountains

The only known wild jaguar in the United States is seen roaming around a creek and other parts of a mountain range in southern Arizona in the first publicly released video of the giant cat. "El Jefe" — Spanish for "the boss" — has been living in the Santa Rita ...

Chicks, Skunk Part of New 'Puppy Bowl' Lineup

Chicks, Skunk Part of New 'Puppy Bowl' Lineup

'Puppy Bowl XII' delivers paws for a cause as adoptable pets hit the field on Animal Planet this Super Bowl Sunday. Along with the regulars- puppies, kittens and hamsters- this year expect to see chi

A piece of turtle meat is preserved in a glass jar in this photo provided by the Yale Peabody Museum of Natural History, Wednesday, Feb. 3, 2016 in New Haven, Conn. Folklore says this meat was woolly mammoth or giant sloth. But new tests performed by Yale researchers found that a hunk of flesh served at a lavish 1951 Explorers Club dinner in New York featuring "prehistoric meats" was something more mundane - turtle. (Yale Peabody Museum of Natural History via AP)

Mystery meat: Was it really woolly mammoth on the menu?

When members of the Explorers Club gathered for their lavish annual dinner in New York City in 1951, one account said they feasted on meat from a prehistoric wooly mammoth that had been preserved in a glacier. The banquet menu said the long-extinct mystery meat was actually giant sloth. But ...

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