Will Nebraska become a real-life example of losing a battle to win the war?
One of 2013's biggest climate fights has quiet Boardman, Ore., poised to become a backdrop for the transformation of the U.S. coal industry.
On display at the Detroit Auto Show is evidence of gas guzzlers adopting fuel-saving technology made famous by the Prius.
Most of the news on coral reefs is pretty gloomy. But new genetic research shows we shouldn't write off these embattled sea critters just yet.
Take a look back at the hottest year on record.
How the author uncovered his secret identity as a would-be oil tycoon.
When the electric utility failed, solar power stepped in to keep the lights on for Thanksgiving.
Vehicle accidents are the top danger to oil and gas workers, and as drilling increases, so do fatalities. But incidents often go unreported.
With basic supplies still limited, the election is "the furthest thing from our minds," one resident says. Still, officials are scrambling to keep the polls open Tuesday.