BP announced recently that "active cleanup" of the Gulf is over. But the Coast Guard is actually in charge, and it says "not by a long shot."
The White House held a solar summit, where it announced $15 million in new support for the solar energy industry.
The federal government will enhance its maps to show the danger of floods caused by storm surges. It's a lesson learned from Superstorm Sandy.
It will soon be the third state to require labels on genetically modified food -- and the first state willing to go there even if other states don't.
Ignore those misleading media reports. The U.N. Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change actually calls for a clean energy revolution.
Owners of coal plants filed suit over EPA rules cracking down on toxic air pollutants, arguing they were too expensive. A federal court disagreed.
The summary of the latest big IPCC report was watered down by rich countries, which don't want to be blamed for climate change or called upon to help poor countries survive it.
Now the state will require fracking operations to closely monitor seismic activity and stop drilling if things get shaky.
The U.N. climate panel's reports contain a lot of information, but can anyone stand to read them?