News from the Field

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Thousands Join Protest of Monsanto

Protestors rallied in 436 cities across 522 countries Saturday in opposition to seed giant Monsanto and the genetically modified food it produces. The "March Against Monsanto" movement began... Read More

Photographer: NOAA GOES-13 Satellite

Key Weather Satellite Fails

A satellite designed to track sever weather has failed on the eve of the 2013 Atlantic hurricane season. Attempts are being made to reactivate the failing satellite, but NOAA reported that there is... Read More

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Tiger Kills UK Zoo Worker

A British zoo worker was mauled to death by a Sumatran tiger Friday while working in the big cat enclosure at South Lakes Wild Animal Park in Dalton-in-Furness. While the enclosure usually employs... Read More

Photographer: Courtesy of Mark Rubenstein

Python Hunter Finds Treasure Instead

A Florida man hunting pythons in the Everglades found something arguably much cooler than a Burmese python, a 24-karat gold jewel inlaid with rose-cut diamonds. Mark Rubenstein found the piece of... Read More

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Billionaires Back $60 Million Bison Park

A plan to assemble as much as 3.5 million acres of private and public land—about a million acres larger than Yellowstone National Park—for a free-roaming bison reservation has some... Read More