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It's hard, getting rid of stuff that you have collected over the years. Here are some tricks and some issues, the worst being sentimentality.
Seals and other underwater predators are being conditioned to find - and eat - sea life
But when you live in the heart of Rome, how much more do you need?
Stephano Boeri's tree-covered wonder in Milan takes the tall prize, to nobody's surprise.
Approximately 23,000 Americans die of antibiotic-resistant infections annually -- a problem that's perpetuated by the ongoing consumption of contaminated retail meat.
Yes, we are creeping toward the season of giving. Here's a bicycle from Japan that has a lot to give - it's the gift of pedal-powered clean water.
Yesterday, we saw a cardinal looking small in the distance. Today, we have a wonderful close-up of the same species.
Cold winter weather can make it hard to want to get out of bed, but Wintervacht has answered our wish to stay wrapped up in blankets.
Want to do something really different for Thanksgiving this year? Come have an organic dinner on the lawn of Monsanto's World Headquarters and watch the latest show from Rev. Billy and the Stop Shopping Choir.
They actually look like the real thing and could solve a restaurant design problem.
It delivers fresh food to the City's "food deserts."
16,000 cormorants could be culled by the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers
A young student challenges the message that "sugar can be part of a healthy diet" and is told to stop asking questions.
This photo wasn’t taken recently, but with half of the continental U.S. under a sheet of show, it feels appropriate.
A Dallas-based company, Lettuce Evolve, has created a system that can be used as a modular container garden or for aquaponic growing.
The wait for a brighter pancake LED bulb is over!
Ed Begley, Jr., and Jerry James Stone want to help you bring some gourmet cuisine to your holiday gatherings, vegan style.
This is good, but more transparency will be needed if Amazon wants to be taken seriously on the clean energy front.
This is truly the moped to die for.
After the House of Representatives approved legislation pushing the Keystone XL forward, the Senate has rejected it.