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Tony Stewart was the center of conversation Friday at Michigan International Speedway even though the three-time NASCAR champion was not at the track.
A new program in San Francisco provides mobile showers to the homeless by retrofitting old buses.
Acknowledging that college football's new four-team playoff could someday inch toward a larger basketball-style tournament, we continue our Super 16 countdown, with No. 11 USC:
The way the Angels rotation is set up, they will not have their most effective pitcher starting in any of the three games at Oakland next weekend.
Like many well-intentioned things, an organic farm's fight against a natural gas compressor station failed.
A new study finds that people living near big box stores have higher rates of obesity and diabetes. What's the connection? Look at the streets.
A Grist fellow visited the Lummi Nation, to find out how the tribe has been able to successfully push back (so far) against Big Coal.
Anthony Ingraffea argues that fugitive methane emissions turn natural gas from a climate benefit into yet another strike against fossil fuels.
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It took 37 credited producers to bring "Lee Daniels' 'The Butler'" to the big screen — and now Damon Dash is demanding to be recognized as No. 38.
Laura asks the same question I've been wondering myself: Which companies are using pink slime again?
The American doctor who contracted Ebola while helping treat victims of a deadly outbreak that has claimed more than 1,000 lives in West Africa says his condition is improving, according to a statement issued Friday.
Keep your indoor cats happy and healthy with eco-friendly products that they also like. Food, litter, and play all have greener options available The post How to Keep Eco-Friendly Indoor Cats appeared first on Sustainablog.
In a world that is heating and cooling at increasingly uncontrollable rates, we need more black youth learning how to work with sustainable technology, and less of them in jail or dead.
Under new rules, old tank cars won't be ferrying explosive Bakken crude. Instead, they'll carry dirty tar sands crude.
Give Cleveland Browns Coach Mike Pettine credit, he's sticking with veteran Brian Hoyer as his starting quarterback and not succumbing to the frenzy to give rookie Johnny Manziel the job.
For the second night in a row, CBS' "Big Brother" won over the key 18-to-49-year-old demographic, according to Nielsen.
How else does one deal with the cognitive dissonance of being on a business trip in a place that is notoriously drenched in lust and debauchery?
Since the Discovery Channel is just making stuff up, we've put together a list of the best real-life shark cams. Call it The People's Shark Week.