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In a joke-packed speech to the White House Correspondents' Association, Obama got so "angry" at climate deniers that he scared off his "anger translator."
The Hubble Space Telescope shows us the far reaches of our universe -- and that tells us a lot about us, too.
A pocket of magma larger than the one we already knew about has appeared unannounced, like a surprise birthday dessert at Chili's.
In 1920, black farmers represented 14 percent of U.S. farmers; today, they make up less than 2 percent.
Thanks, oil and gas industry.
Here's what Catholics think about the pope's big climate push.
Louie comes face-to-face with a Young Person who -- surprise, surprise! -- hates baby boomers because of the mess they've left for everyone.
Like everything Emma Thompson touches, the letter will leave you either laugh-crying or slow-clapping.
More and more utilities are competing for solar power dollars -- but what will that mean for smaller companies and consumers?
The Department of Agriculture's new voluntary plan to cut U.S. carbon emissions shouldn't cause a ruckus -- and that just might make it work.
Climate change is not a game -- but this game is way more fun than just wringing your hands about it.
Ten years ago, the internet was forever changed. It's been pretty much all downhill since.
As marijuana becomes a legitimate business, safety regulations and bureaucracy could make life tough for small "craft" growers.
A reader wonders if urine will get rid of unwanted weeds. Umbra says, sadly, it's piss poor.
Warren aggressively opposes Keystone XL, the Trans-Pacific Partnership, and giveaways to Big Oil. That has many climate activists swooning.
Who run the world? Girls... who make reproductive healthcare video games.
The World's Most Unloved Holiday barely beat out Paris Hilton's dead chihuahua for Facebook's No. 1 trending news story, but a win is a win!
The organizers of the original Earth Day set out to unite progressive causes. Can the climate movement succeed where Earth Day failed?
T.J. Fudge (yes, he makes a mean fudge) and the other researchers are looking at ice cores at the South Pole, for new clues about regional climate change.
The president uses his Earth Day message to call for climate action -- and throw a few jabs at Marco Rubio and Rick Scott.