More Americans than ever are riding Amtrak, a 49 percent increase over 2000.
When we're going to buy stuff, we want it to be as planet- and human-friendly as possible. But we don't want to be told to pat ourselves on the back just because we bought something made from bamboo.
Apparently the best way to get people to care about the changing climate is to make it cost them money.
Hint: a lot. A new report spells out the dirty details.
Felix Baumgartner is jumping out of a balloon in the stratosphere, and skydiving all the way to Earth.
The city's effort to remove abandoned properties has run out of money. So to raise cash, it's considering a return to dirty industry.
Robert Murray, who has coerced employees into being in a Romney ad and donating to Republicans, could be investigated for potential lawbreaking.
A Christian Science Monitor headline claims that EPA regulations are squelching coal companies. Not so: David Roberts explains what's really snuffing out the industry.
BP is selling its refinery in Texas where an explosion killed 15 people in 2005. The money will go to clean up the Deepwater Horizon mess. The big wheel of life keeps turning.