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Cruz wins Iowa, ethanol loses

Apparently, it is possible to win the Iowa caucuses without bowing at the altar of fuel made from corn.

Move over, civet cats: This coffee company tries a fresh approach with bacteria

A new company is experimenting with custom-fermented coffee that mirrors the flavor profile of civet beans. We put it to a taste test.

Is the Zika outbreak connected to climate change?

A look at Zika, climate change, and whether the mosquito is spreading to the U.S.

Feds halt fracking off California coast, for now

The government will stop approving offshore drilling permits in California until an environmental review can be complete.

Can you turn climate change activism into a game? Here’s how we’ll find out

A new campaign called Get Loud aims to motivate teens to spread the word on climate by getting them to earn points toward prizes.

Ben Carson gets called out on climate cluelessness by Iowa voter

A voter questioned Carson's commitment to science. His answer was predictably unilluminating.

Should I wash my clothes in the shower?

His apartment has no washing machine and he hates the Laundromat -- what to do? Advice maven Umbra Fisk to the rescue!

This Silicon Valley hotshot is modernizing one of the world’s most conservative industries

David Friedberg’s Climate Corporation, owned by Monsanto, helps farmers adapt to warming temperatures.

Tips and tricks for eating out as a vegan

Dining in restaurants can be challenging when you're avoiding animal products.

The seas are swallowing South Florida. Where’s Marco Rubio?

Rubio, a Miami native, is still silent on climate change -- even though rising sea levels are already affecting life in his city.

New report shows mistreatment of garment workers by familiar brands

Here’s your regular reminder that where you buy your clothes actually matters.

Huge, hurricane-resistant wind turbines could be coming to an ocean near you

Just one of these turbines could generate as much energy as a small power plant.

How the Koch brothers grew their tentacles

Jane Mayer's new book traces the story of the conservative billionaires who are trying to reshape the American political landscape.

Elizabeth Warren: It’s time to focus on the crimes of the rich and powerful

A new report from the Massachusetts senator hits the Obama administration for being lax on corporate crime.

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