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When it comes to U.S. transportation infrastructure, we'd rather build new roads than deal with the old ones -- or the bigger questions about how we get around.
Benzene levels soared in a Colorado creek after a natural gas facility spilled hundreds of barrels of natural gas liquid. So why haven't those responsible been fined?
With an emergency rescue underway, Russia's 70-year tradition of placing research stations atop floating chunks of Arctic ice could be over.
Of course, you have to do the work of pedaling.
Eugene and Mollie Griswold Christian make a lot of the same arguments for healthy living and raw food that you hear today. Only they make them in turn-of-the-century style.
Three-fourths of all tornadoes worldwide touch down right here in the U.S. of A. Why are we so lucky?
According to a new study from the Brookings Institution, big city lights may be growing brighter by the day, but the 'burbs are broke.
Well, probably not any time soon. But these theoretical Cousin Itt skyscrapers, covered in energy-collecting hairs, still look sweet as hell.
Most Americans support efforts to boost green energy and combat global warming, though exuberance for climate action numbed a little over winter.
You're about to get a whole lot of information about where your meat came from. Which displeases the Canadians, who say Americans discriminate against their livestock.
Four American tourists were rescued after trying to have a picnic on an iceberg.
Glaciers worldwide aren't aging well. Watch some of the most famous ones fade before your eyes in this fascinating (and scary) interactive feature.
Here are the places we’ll all be running to as the rest of the world goes to hell.
As the crop-ravaging rootworm grows immune to Monsanto's Bt corn, farmers go back to spraying pesticides to protect their crops.
The electricity system is currently set up as dumb commodity system to provide cheap power. What we need is a smart system to provide energy services. To get there, we have to change utilities.
MJ cruises around town on her bike-courier owner's shoulder.
As Zimmerman's law of fast food states, gross food can only get grosser and weirder.
N.D. Austin, the organizer, describes this project as "transgressive placemaking."
A similar bill is advancing in Maine. But the states are moving cautiously, afraid of triggering lawsuits from the food and ag industry.
The EPA and its buddies in Agribusiness just quietly upped your recommended daily allowance of Roundup. This could be seriously bad news for your belly.