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Wild Turkeys Are Heroes to Critters Up and Down the Eastern Seaboard

Red-cockaded woodpeckers, eastern cottontails, and eagles can thank turkeys (and conservationists) for saving their homes.

Would More People Ride the Bus if It Looked and Felt Like a Train?

Bus rapid transit has gone totally off the rails.

Week 43: Hawking Coal at a Climate Change Summit. Awkward . . .

The Trump administration evades ethics rules, closes a science center, and seeks to end protests at the Washington Monument.

Florida’s Endangered Key Deer Survived Hurricane Irma—but Their Future Is Stormy

From climate change to kidnappings, the threats are adding up against these tiny, adorable cervids.

A Tale of Two Treaties: One Saved the Ozone Layer, the Other Aims to Curb Climate Change

Will Trump undermine both of them?

Week 42: Our Air Is Too Clean?

The EPA hires off-the-wall scientists (again), plays hide-and-seek with Congress, and more.