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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.
Allergies? Yes. Asthma? Yes. Ebola? No, no, no.
The recently approved plans for the bridge have it all, including a community garden and Titanic-inspired outlooks over the water.
Seattle is involved in a slow-motion catastrophe, as construction of a new car-centric tunnel grinds to a halt and cost overruns loom.
On the fifth day of DIY Christmas, I never had to untangle my headphones again.
RIP Theo Colborn, a scientist who alerted us to the issue of endocrine-disrupting chemicals.
At 3 p.m. EST, we're streaming an hour-long discussion about the intersection of design and renewable energy.
A new study shows that extra CO2 in the atmosphere isn't speeding up rainforest tree growth. Uh oh?
When a group of government-appointed nutritionists tried to warn Americans that their eating choices have consequences, lawmakers bit back.
What a wacky idea -- remove barriers to birth control, and women will choose safe, effective methods of contraception!
Disappearing beaches, erosion, and buildings toppling into the sea are just a few problems citizens of Shishmaref, AK are dealing with due to climate change.
Gentrification is an issue in only a very small handful of urban neighborhoods, according to a new report. The real problem is areas of "concentrated poverty," which are large and growing.
A big defense bill that passed last week contained a little provision that will speed up permitting for fracking projects on BLM land.
Notable biologist and big-thinker E.O. Wilson drops the mic on the ways nature and human nature are intertwined.
On the fourth day of DIY Christmas, keep prying eyes away with this secret box camouflaged as a book.
A reader wants the greenest artificial Christmas tree possible. Umbra gets real.
Wasting less where food is produced is not only good for the planet, but it also helps reduce poverty -- the best way to get at hunger.
The U.N. climate summit kicked off with optimism, but fizzled out at the end as countries punted decisions on hot-button topics.
On the third day of DIY Christmas, you will be delighted by this custom knick-knack stand.