Food companies take ridiculous measures to protect their secrets, but now they’re beginning to see the benefits of cooperating and sharing information.
Some jobs are so dangerous that we might be better handing them off to robots entirely.
California’s public water agencies are allowing residents to use as much water as they want to buy -- even in the middle of a drought.
The HBO series' season two premiere featured some Texan earthquakes ... sound familiar?
Engineer to use $100,000 MacArthur award on feces-to-fuel work.
Students live rent-free in a retirement home in the Netherlands in exchange for working with elder residents.
Umbra advises a landlord whose tenants were tough on their tub -- but the lack of options leaves her fuming.
Michele Combs, founder of Young Conservatives for Energy Reform, is working to engage Republicans on clean energy and climate change.
This fall season, fall in love with savory apple flatbread.
Guaranteed health benefits for coal miners and their spouses might be used to pay the bills for a bankrupt coal company.