A key National Academies of Sciences, Engineering and Medicine study on coal mining in the Appalachian Mountains is under review over whether it's worth the money.
With (fully protected) eyes on the skies, we watch for the moon to pass in front of the sun.
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Get a glimpse of what it's like in these states along the path of totality.
President Trump watched the solar eclipse from the White House on Aug. 21.
Republican and Democratic leaders in Congress say they are working on a legislative fix that could be permanent.
Carbondale, Ill. experiences complete totality of the solar eclipse on Aug. 21.
The first coast-to-coast solar eclipse in almost 100 years moved across the U.S. at 2,000 mph on Aug. 21. Here are some highlights.
More and more Americans are turning to the Hallmark Channel for relief from the daily news cycle.
The HSA at Lafayette Elementary said it had contacted police and instituted new procedures.
Eclipse traffic descends on parts of rural America that normally are immune from such things, but no major problems reported so far.
With the federal government running out of money, McConnell promises Congress will take action.
Jackson Hole, Wyo. experiences complete totality of the solar eclipse on Aug. 21.
Trump is not a normal president — but this was already not a normal moment.
Drone footage hovering over Corvallis, Ore. captures the first coast-to-coast solar eclipse in almost 100 years.
Professor Andy Harris from the University of Maryland describes what scientists try to understand during a solar eclipse.
The suspect was killed after exchanging fire with the judge and a probation officer, officials said.
Several major U.S. companies could be targeted for operating in settlements in the West Bank and East Jerusalem.
Will fainting goats faint during the solar eclipse? Experts weigh in on how animals will react to the solar eclipse.
Professor Andy Harris from the University of Maryland explains why the coast-to-coast solar eclipse will start on the West Coast.
Musk was joined by more than 100 other experts from dozens of nations in a letter to the United Nations.