There might be some reasons for Congress to grill the EPA leadership about its clean water rules, but this hearing couldn't find them.
Who's to blame for last year's devastating fires in Indonesia -- big corporations? Small farmers? Or an endangered feudal system?
Apparently, it is possible to win the Iowa caucuses without bowing at the altar of fuel made from corn.
A new company is experimenting with custom-fermented coffee that mirrors the flavor profile of civet beans. We put it to a taste test.
Opposing ethanol in Iowa used to be the touch of death. Not anymore.
It's a little hard to believe, but a Senate committee has reached agreement on a compromise bill to strengthen school lunch programs.
New studies find that warning labels and taxes can be effective tools in getting people to cut back on the sugary drinks.
"So far, so good" is the word from the meteorologists, but they warn that weather patterns remain "darn unpredictable."
But the armed militiamen holed up in Oregon are still indefensible wingnuts.