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By PBS NewsHour
Monday on the NewsHour, why some presidential frontrunners are struggling to appeal to voters. Also: a trash epidemic triggers protests in Lebanon, major data hacks are used by China and Russia to reveal U.S spies, President Obama visits Alaska, chemical…
By Frank Carlson
There are over 6,000 languages spoken around the world today. But by the end of this century, fewer than half of them will remain. That's the driving concern of the new documentary "Language Matters," from poet Bob Holman and filmmaker…
By Justin Scuiletti
First of their kind scans of preserved infant woolly mammoths have made insight into the early stages of development for the 40,000 year-old prehistoric animals less fuzzy.
Plant and animal extinctions are occurring at a rate of at least 1,000 times faster than the time before humans, a new study says.
By Elizabeth Shell
There are more than 40,000 endangered species in the world -- plants, animals, mollusks, reptiles, etc. -- according to the International Union for Conservation of Nature and Natural Resources's Red List. How much of that is due to us?…
Washington salmon depend on the cold water from glacial lakes to survive. But as temperatures increase and glaciers shrink, salmon populations are declining, threatening the way of life for the Swinomish Indians, also known as the "salmon people." In collaboration…
Marine experts are alarmed by how quickly the oceans are changing and fear extinctions.
California Works to Rescue Franciscan Manzanita Plant from Extinction…
The extinction of dinosaurs over 65 million years ago did not foster a breeding ground for ancestors of modern-day mammals, as scientists had previously thought, according to a study released Thursday in the journal Nature.
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