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Stephen Colbert, you will be missed. So long and thanks for all the traffic.
Seattle's ongoing transportation fiasco could not be contained in a single post.
Don’t be fooled by the pundits who claim he’s different from the rest of the Republican field.
Anthropogenic guilt complex, meet your new best friend: rodentogenic climate change.
OK, the intentions are good. But really, America?
We explain how the story of Hanukkah is an analogy for a new age of energy efficiency -- and how to celebrate by frying up some seasonal vegetables!
Jay Inslee wants to create a cap-and-trade program for the state's biggest polluters and use the money raised to fund transportation, education, and more.
On the seventh day of DIY Christmas, chapped lips were no more.
A reader frets that her nail wraps might make her sick. Umbra goes in search of the manicure.
The governor said the public health risks from fracking were too big -- and then he said talking about climate science is "political."
Stuck at your desk all day? Live vicariously through these Instagram accounts. And try not to be too jealous.
YouTube science whiz Joe Hanson says when it comes to climate denial, our brains are our worst enemies.
In the age of affirmative action and more and more women in higher education, why are women going so underrepresented in scientific fields?
After 14 years of silence, the musician has produced a spiritual soundtrack for the people marching for the climate, and for justice, everywhere.
If you get your power from coal, an EV actually causes more environmental and health damage than a gas-powered car. But as we shift to cleaner energy, EVs make more sense.
On the sixth day of DIY Christmas, whip up a batch of homemade muscle rub.
Mitch McConnell, incoming Senate majority leader, just can’t wait to get his colleagues to vote “yes” on the controversial tar-sands pipeline.
Do you like eating wild fish? Then you should approve, because 40 percent of the U.S. wild catch comes from this beautiful bay.
The makers of the wily card game called bullshit on Black Friday -- literally. Now, the poop is in the mail.
From school lunches to GMOs to cow farts, the effort to fund the federal government came with more than its share of food-related compromises and regulatory trimming.