Hilary was not a tropical storm when it entered California, yet it had the same impact, study shows
A new study has concluded that former Hurricane Hilary was actually no longer a tropical storm but essentially had the same impact when its destructive remnants entered California last August.
Hyundai's Supernal and Embraer-backed Eve Air Mobility see future in electric-powered air taxis
As the aviation sector seeks ways to make air travel less polluting and more sustainable, aerospace company Embraer and South Korean automaker Hyundai are among the companies betting on a new form of air travel -– air taxis.
Supreme Court seems skeptical of EPA's 'good neighbor' rule on power plant pollution
The Supreme Court’s conservative majority appears skeptical of the federal government’s argument that the Environmental Protection Agency should be allowed to continue enforcing its anti-air-pollution rule in 11 states.
Maine wants to lead in offshore wind. The state's governor says she has location for a key wind port
Maine's governor says a state-owned site on the coast of Maine will serve as the location of an offshore wind port critical to developing the nation’s first floating offshore wind power research array.
Saturated California gets more rain and snow but so far escapes severe damage it saw only weeks ago
Much of saturated California remains under threat of floods as the latest winter storm blows through, but so far the state has escaped the severity of damage spawned by a recent atmospheric river.
National Archives working to clean up red powder dumped on Constitution display by protesters
Conservationists at the National Archives are still working to clean up the building’s rotunda area after a pair of protesters dumped reddish powder Wednesday afternoon on the display case housing the original U.S. Constitution.