Feb 18, 2017 6:53 PM NH1.com The most patriotic bird in America, the bald eagle, is thriving in the Northeast and Seacoast regions. According to Seacoast Online, the majestic bird was removed from Maine's threatened species list in 2009, and New Hampshire... A new study investigating spills from hydraulically fractured oil and gas uncovered 6,648 spills in just four states over a ten-year period. Part of the SNAP Partnership, the study examined data from Colorado, New Mexico, North Dakota, and Pennsylvania. S...2 participating Now that Republicans have quietly drawn a path to give away much of Americans' public land, US representative Jason Chaffetz of Utah has introduced what the Wilderness Society is calling "step two" in the GOP's plan to offload federal lands. Nestle Waters North America's plans to increase its Michigan groundwater withdrawal by more than 2 1/2 times would unravel an accord reached with environmentalists seven years ago that was aimed at protecting the water table and wildlife. Nestlé announced... Chris Hayes introduces the latest victim of hydraulic fracking: an ExxonMobil CEO and his super-rich friends. Fancy a side of irony with your corporate hypocrisy? Last night on MSNBC, Nation Editor-at-Large Chris Hayes profiled ExxonMobil CEO Rex Tillerso... Over recent years, Antarctica has become one of the fastest warming places on the Earth. Temperatures in the southern Antarctic ocean are warming more rapidly then the entire global ocean as a whole. This kind of warming is causing changes to both the phy... The giant panda has just been downgraded from ‘Endangered’ to ‘Vulnerable’ on the global list of species at risk of extinction, demonstrating how an integrated approach to conservation can help save our planet’s vanishing bio... Scott Olson/Getty The US Department of Agriculture (USDA) agency charged with ensuring the humane treatment of large research animals, such as primates and goats, has quietly scrubbed all inspection reports and enforcement records from its website. The mo... This is amazing, considering the ridiculous behemoth that Google is.