Susie Cagle

Susie Cagle writes and draws news for Grist. She also writes and draws tweets for Twitter.


Will twentysomethings head for the suburbs?

The millennial generation will shape our urban areas for decades to come. Will they stay in cities or follow their parents to the outskirts?

Bumps on the road to EV infrastructure in California

If California builds it, will drivers go electric?

Justice Department ditches Monsanto investigation

After almost three years of digging into Monsanto's potentially anticompetitive practices, the feds aren't saying why they're walking away.

Traffic signals for cyclists pop up nationwide

Traffic lights specifically designed for bike-riders provide a little more time to pedal through big, complex intersections.

Supreme Court takes on dirty water

The Supreme Court this week will hear three stormwater-runoff cases: two on logging roads in the Northwest, one on L.A.'s filthy outflow.

Are trendy homesteaders clueless about class differences?

Gardening and sewing clothes aren't just activities for hipsters. They've long been practiced by the poor.

AAA, EPA, GM trade barbs over ethanol

The American Automobile Association says the E15 ethanol fuel mix damage vehicles. The EPA responds with brightly colored stickers.

Hundreds of cyclists demand safer Austin streets

Cyclists rode en masse to the Texas State Capitol following several hit-and-runs in recent weeks.

Controversial California oyster farm returned to wilderness

An oyster farm at the Point Reyes National Seashore will be closed by year's end and returned to wilderness. But is it really best for the seals?