Lifting the animals' endangered status is more popular among people who like to shoot things than people who are generally opposed to shooting things.
When he comes to Capitol Hill, hat-in-hand, to ask for more subsidies, please ignore the checks he might have written to your campaign.
A lawsuit filed by Beef Products, Inc., seeks $1.2 billion in damages, blaming its business problems on ABC's reporting.
In a first-in-the-nation move, the NYC Board of Health has enacted limits on the size of sodas that businesses like fast-food outlets can sell.
The journal Nature rounds up what we should expect from this year's unprecedented Arctic ice melt.
The World Meteorological Organization voted to restore a 1913 record for the hottest temperature ever recorded.
Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid does not seem inclined to hold a vote on a key tax credit for the wind industry -- and neither do House leaders -- likely dooming the jobs of thousands of workers.
In a debate on Wednesday, Prime Minister Noda indicated that his upcoming energy policy would include a nuclear phaseout.
While not nearly making up for the other ways in which big-box stores degrade the environment, the focus on rooftop solar is an important step.
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