The Bay Area's Primo's Parilla and Let's Be Frank, along with People's Pops of New York, are making tasty, mid-priced food from quality ingredients.
Walmart transforms Tyson's meat into millions of "Marketside Grab and Go sandwiches." And somehow they're carrying a bad, bad bug called Listeria.
California stands to pass a ban on single-use plastic bags. Opponents claim it will doom consumers because it's so hard to remember to bring reusable bags shopping. Seriously?
The silent approach of the Prius' hybrid-electric motor is legendary. It's even managed to establish itself as the weapon of choice in modern TV duels. But some noisy news from Toyota shows that's all about to change.
Opponents of California Prop 23, which would suspend the state's climate bill AB 32, are moving beyond clean tech and hitting up out-of-state donors.
Despite a global economic crisis, a new energy economy is emerging on a scale that we could not have imagined. And it is a worldwide phenomenon.
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First, came the chicken poo-powered fuel cell. Now a district plans to convert its wastewater plants to run on -- you guessed it -- people poo.
Coal utilities are trying to scare Congress into thinking that if EPA follows up with its planned regulations, electricity rates will soar and there will be reliability problems in the electricity grid. Is it true? According to a comprehensive new analysis, no.
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