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The popular hybrid has the right combination of performance, reliability and low estimated five-year ownership costs of 47 cents per mile.
For all the kooky and outlandish conspiracies, there is a serious battle going on about how we define our future. Demonizing the cyclist is a part of that war.
The coal industry continues to fight for profits over people, even though coal ash is extremely toxic.
It's déjà vu all over again, with the old guard trying to stop the newcomers...
Arctic sea ice has plummeted to lows unseen in the past millennium. Historical records show that the summertime Arctic ice coverage varied little for more than 1,400 years. Then it began its freefall.
New research from Consumer Reports finds that harmful bacteria is on almost all of the chicken in your grocery store, even organic brands.
It's not that hard, and you don't need a lot of special gear. Just go out and do it.
They are "shocked" to see their organization's name used.
A study demonstrates that consumption is proportional to price. This is news?
Cute, beautiful, and inspiring, these are, dear readers, your favorite images from the year.
Much of California's Central Valley has been converted to farmland, to the detriment of millions of birds migrating for winter. Conservationists and farmers are working together to help wintering birds like the sandhill crane surviv...
You can add this to your list of "what not to buy" this holiday season.
The bill of the kingfisher is so perfectly made for slicing through the air and into water during high-speed dives, that it actually has inspired the design of bullet trains. Because of that beak, kingfishers can cut seamlessly into the water after fish.
These are the most popular recipes from The Cooking Project this year, and I have to say, you all sure love your avocados!
Even with energy efficiency upgrades, power-sucking performance features make the consoles major energy hogs.
Kaid Benfield of the NRDC things that downtowns are either done or diffuse or different. I don't agree.
Eden Paper is designed to end up in your garden, not the garbage.
Continuously Variable Transmissions (CVTs) are not new, but they're increasingly common as the automatic transmission option for a broad range of vehicles thanks to their fuel-saving characteristics.
New research maps out regional differences in the sustainability of livestock.
Here's your dose of spectator sport for the day. No screaming engines here, but instead something a lot more impressive