Hollande, Activists Gear up for Critical Climate Talks
French president, activists gear up for critical climate talks amid post-attack high security
Egypt Says 90% Chance of Hidden Rooms in King Tut's Tomb
One researcher theorized that remains of Queen Nefertiti might be inside.
S Carolina Shoppers Latest to Pay Taxes on Amazon Sales
Amazon's reprieve from collecting sales taxes from South Carolina customers expires Jan. 1
Hamstrung by Congress, Obama Tries to Clinch Climate Pact
Hamstrung by Congress, GOP opposition, Obama heads to Paris to clinch global climate agreement
Don't Get Grinched by Cybercrime During the Holiday Season
Cybercrime Grinches prowl the holidays; here's how to protect yourself as you shop
Air Pollution in Beijing Hits Hazardous Levels
Beijing hit with severe air pollution that's expected to linger for days
Hawaii-Based Longline Fishermen Allowed to Keep Catching Ahi
Hawaii longline fishermen allowed to keep catching ahi using new Guam quota allocations
Presidential Contenders Differ Sharply on Climate,
Stark differences between Republican, Democratic presidential candidates on climate, energy
After Paris, US Political Shift on Privacy Vs. Security
After Paris attacks, US politics shift on government phone data collection; Rubio sees opening
After Paris Attacks, Increased Resolve for UN Climate Talks
CLIMATE COUNTDOWN: Leaders say they won't let Paris attacks distract them from climate talks
Arkansas a Refuge From Rising Seas in Marshall Islands
Faced with rising seas, Marshall Islanders seek refuge in landlocked Arkansas
Feds Plan New Guidelines on Toxic Algae in Lakes, Rivers
Feds say new guidelines in works to protect swimmers from toxic algae in lakes, rivers
Noted Oceanographer John Knauss Dies at 90
Noted oceanographer John Knauss dies at 90; credited for helping protect seas
Nevada Researchers Trying to Turn Roadside Weed Into Biofuel
Fill 'er up with gumweed? Nevada researchers trying to turn roadside weed into biofuel
Pope to Paris Climate Negotiators: Don't Let Special Interests 'Manipulate' Info, Derail Deal
Pope to Paris climate negotiators: Don't let special interests 'manipulate' info, derail deal
Denmark's Bang & Olufsen Considering Takeover Bid
Danish hi-fi maker Bang & Olufsen in talks over possible takeover offer
South Africa Moves Closer to Legal Trade in Rhino Horns
South African judge scraps moratorium on domestic trade in rhino horn, alarming activists
Japan Announces $10.6 Billion in Climate Financing for 2020
Japan says it plans $10.6 billion in climate finance for developing countries for 2020
Arkansas a Refuge From Rising Seas in Marshall Islands
Faced with rising seas, Marshall Islanders seek refuge in landlocked Arkansas
Tiny Marshall Islands Face Threats From Global Warming
Tiny Marshall Islands face global warming threat as world leaders seek Paris emissions pact
Yahoo's CEO Is Running out of Time to Turn Things Around
Once-high hopes for Marissa Mayer have faded as Yahoo stock sags, investors grow restless
As Yahoo Turns: What's Next in Its Decade-Long Soap Opera?
5 scenarios for Yahoo's future, depending on how CEO Marissa Mayer's plans turn out
Growth _ but Not Expansion _ in US Internet Gambling Market
Internet gambling market growing _ but not expanding _ in United States after 2 1/2 years
Internet Gambling Revenue in US Since 2013
Internet gambling revenue in US since 2013
New Polish Gov't Reopens Questions About 2010 Plane Crash
Poland's new government reopens debate over 2010 plane crash that killed president Kaczynski
UN Weather Agency: It's Record Hot out There This Year
CLIMATE COUNTDOWN: It's been so wildly warm, UN says it's a record hot year before year ends
Revised Nuclear Deal Between South Korea, US Takes Effect
Revised nuclear treaty between South Korea and US takes effect
Why Government and Tech Can't Agree About Encryption
Post-Paris attacks, law enforcement and security experts are still at odds over security tech
Better Batteries to Beat Global Warming: A Race Against Time
CLIMATE COUNTDOWN: Experts amped up about better battery tech helping to limit global warming
US Officials Signal Move Toward Embracing Self-Driving Cars
Feds updating cautious stance on self-driving cars, with goal of public use sooner than later