Mo' drought, moo problems. Hamburger and sirloins are more expensive than ever, and a shortage of cattle means a surplus of tumbleweeds.
The state is taking radical steps to preserve its dwindling supplies of water. Wildlife will pay the price, and so will people who fish.
Thanks in part to global warming, America's forest fire problem is growing ominously. The Obama administration has a new plan to cope.
The petroleum industry said it would share data about oil-by-rail shipments with the government to help curb accidents and spills. Except not really.
Conservative Prime Minister David Cameron thinks he can win votes by restricting onshore wind energy. To avoid being called anti-green, he may commit to more solar and offshore wind.
The Coast Guard has recovered hundreds of dead, oiled birds since a ship collided with an oil barge two weeks ago in Texas.
It's now the third state to require that natural-gas operations do a better job of finding and fixing leaks.
Companies that want to build coal export facilities in Washington state say they are being outmatched by their grassroots opponents -- for now.
International air carriers were supposed to join the E.U.'s emissions trading program, but after the U.S. and China bitched and moaned, they've been given another years-long reprieve.