In 1997, NASA began launching satellites that could constantly record life on our planet. It's now released a video of how Earth grew in real time.
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention said recent confirmed cases of algal toxins in municipal drinking water made people sick.
Researchers are testing what urine and other molecules can be turned into to help astronauts on a mission to Mars.
The Gulf of Mexico's "dead zone" measured in at more than 8,700 square miles — an area roughly the size of New Jersey.
Blue Green Algae has become more and more prevalent in bodies of water near Western New York. If consumed, the algae could become deadly for pets.
A toxic algae that ravages animals' brains has been killing sea lions in California.
People are being encouraged to keep out of Hoyt Lake after harmful algae bloom was confirmed.
The federal government is handing out over $3 million to help Lake Erie.