The state's largest wildfire of 2018 has scorched more than 13,000 acres and destroyed 22 structures.
It’s the trauma of separation that worries health experts the most.
Nearly 1,400 species, including endangered manatees and hawksbill turtles, live in the region.
San Francisco and Oakland had sued major oil firms to hold them accountable for global warming’s damaging effects.
The Pawnee fire is one of several burning in California, and parts of the state were on high alert on Sunday for conditions that can lead to fires.
The EPA chief is making journalists wait longer than a year for even the simplest document requests.
Yes, they're cute. But they also have a job to do.
“We are in a really dangerous moment.”
Officials aren't revealing the cause of death of the 9-foot juvenile male that washed up on Monterey Bay beach.
Tribes and their environmentalist allies fear for cultural sites and endangered species in California’s “Serengeti.”
A “shocking change in the mission of one of the nation’s premier scientific agencies.”
A new, previously suppressed report has grave implications for service members, veterans and their families.
A photo appears to show that Yo'oko, a young male jaguar, was killed and skinned.