So much for the oil giant's "Beyond Petroleum" branding and sunburst logo. Meanwhile, Chinese solar companies are having troubles of their own.
Sen. Mary Landrieu says she has "had enough" of the Obama administration persecuting BP and the whole oil and gas industry.
A California company says its new tool can help plug methane leaks. But the proof will be in the fracked pudding.
A new study finds the decline in wild bees is bad news for agriculture, while domesticated bees continue to face a host of troubles.
The main producer of the pink-slime beef product says it has "no other choice" but to go after ABC for $1.2 billion. That's billion, with a B.
New technology uses radar to differentiate between pedestrians, cyclists, and other cars, and triggers auto-braking if a collision is imminent.
Sales of frozen hamburgers are way down in the U.K., while sales of frozen fake burgers are way up.
The Fort Collins City Council voted to ban fracking within city limits. Colorado Gov. Hickenlooper says the move is illegal and the state will sue.
Soccer is a cool, continental sport. Now it is also green, thanks to this energy-generating soccer ball.