A majority of registered voters thinks climate change is important and wants government to do something about it, according to a new poll.
Winning the dubious distinction of first place: Mississippi.
Romney stumps for coal and Obama stumps for wind, in a fight that could define the 2012 presidential race.
Enbridge chief Patrick Daniel went on the radio to try to convince people to like his company's plan for a pipeline from Alberta to British Columbia, and ended up just eating his feet.
The statewide cap-and-trade program is months away from launch -- and a few years away from reducing the state's total carbon output.
The ship responsible for the 1989 disaster will finally be converted to scrap.
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Some frogs were found to be more susceptible to parasites following broad swings in temperature. People? To be determined.
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