Ninety-eight of 100 senators are now on the record as saying that climate change is happening. But don't start telling them that people are responsible.
A recent pipeline breach was the second major spill on the river since 2011, and the response hasn't gotten any faster.
Spinlister, the Airbnb-style rent-a-bike service, wants to help give cyclists access to wheels, wherever they may find themselves.
When oil prices recently collapsed, many of North America's shale oil operations went bust with them.
According to a new map, Australia is a great place to ride out climate change. We're not buying it.
A Fort Lauderdale bike registry program aimed to reduce theft, but it also gave cops a reason to stop cyclists, and -- surprise! -- African Americans took most of the heat.
A shady law that gives the governor power to decide the pipeline's route was upheld by the Nebraska Supreme Court, even though the majority of justices voted otherwise.
The Motor City is seriously considering tearing down a highway, I-375. Some city bigwigs want to blow up a second one, too.
With decaying housing and falling revenues, inner-ring suburbs built in the 1950s are becoming the newest slums. But where there are protests, there's hope.
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