A 700-year-old Banyan tree whose branches spread across about three acres is believed to be one of the oldest and largest of its kind in the world. But when one of the branches of the tree in Telangana in southern India broke off in December, forest officials found the tree to be infested with
Ginger Zee follows bees on a cross-country road trip to pollinate crops in this episode of "Food Forecast."
The budget released by the White House today follows through on President Trump ’s campaign trail promise to drastically reduce the size of the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency . The new budget plan cuts 31 percent of the agency’s funding overall, including significant reductions to research
Dylann Roof's fate will soon be back in the hands of the jurors who found him guilty of killing nine black parishioners at a church in Charleston, South Carolina.
Several other family members also fell sick after accidentally mixing water with the chemical aluminum phosphide contained in the pesticide.
Four people, all believed to be minors, are dead from suspected pesticide poisoning at a home in Amarillo, Texas, Monday, officials said. The fire department said the case appears to be an "accidental poisoning with no criminal intent." The victims were found after the fire department responded to
Those tart, sweet strawberries you’re eating this summer may be putting more than antioxidants in your system. The Environmental Working Group (EWG) declares strawberries the worst culprit for pesticide exposure this year, demoting the worst offender for the last five years, apples, to second
The family of a 10-year-old boy said he had to be rushed to the hospital where he has remained for weeks after being exposed to fumigation chemicals in their house. The family of Peyton McCaughey said that after their home in Palm City, Florida, was fumigated in August, multiple family members
The Delaware family who suffered pesticide poisoning during a trip to the U.S. Virgin Islands are still being treated, according to a statement released by the family's lawyer. Teenage boys Sean and Ryan Esmond remain in critical condition and their parents, Stephen Esmond and Theresa Devine, are
EPA officials reveal the toxic chemical that hospitalized three members of a vacationing Delaware family had been previously used at the Virgin Islands resort.