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Not only will this bugger power your phone, it will tell you what's happening at the park before you even get there.
An incumbent drowning in oil money. A challenger from an organic ranch. Sexual harassment. And tons of permits at stake. This farm race begs to be set to music.
"Only 209 measly little times!" says the oil and gas industry. "Wait, what?" say water-drinking people everywhere.
A recent accident highlights how state fracking laws protect corporate trade secrets over public safety.
Everyone knows that any intelligent life form is going to have a massive carbon tentacle-print. Now, thanks to a newfangled telescope, that should be easy to spot.
A reader wonders what to do with the annoying foam padding her purchases. Umbra packs it up, packs it in.
Harbor seals are drawn in by the ample fish provided by these artificial reefs.
Sadly, these guys are the rare winners in a warming world full of losers.
The San Francisco 49ers' new digs just scored LEED Gold certification.
To gather data on how gas drilling might affect residents' health, a group is starting by offering them some medical advice.
Despite the fact that the bus was empty, the fox only took up one seat. If only all encroaching wildlife (including humans) were so polite.
Toxins in produce may be the key to why fruits and vegetables do us so much good, according to new research that challenges our thinking about antioxidants.
Train wrecks have done more than $10 million in damage as of mid-May this year -- nearly triple the damage for all of 2013. The feds want to stop that.
The area around Aspen, Colo., enjoys a great bus system and bike-share program. Take that, big cities.
The donation boxes have been condemned as public nuisances, magnets for graffiti and crime, and fire hazards. In fact, they're a logical response to our over-consumption.
The city council of South Portland has voted to block ExxonMobil's scheme to ship filthy Albertan oil out through the city's port.
Drones send privacy advocates into a tizzy. But can camera-equipped bots help enforce environmental regs?
The tree was killed by, you guessed it: beetles.
June marked the 352nd consecutive hotter-than-average month. It's a streak that would make Barry Bonds blush.
There's some sensible thinking behind the trendy diet, but it's fueled by a "press reset" mentality that distracts us from more realistic solutions to food problems.