The U.S. government lets coal companies mine public lands for cheap. Increasingly, that coal is shipped to Asia instead of burned here at home.
A Japanese company has created a device that attaches to the bottom of an iPhone and that sends smells over the internet.
Los Angeles Dodgers pitcher Josh Beckett is suing to protect the ocelots that hang out on his south Texas ranch.
Bikers, it turns out, are better consumers than car-drivers.
Solyndra blames three Chinese-owned solar companies for its collapse, but independent analysts say the bankruptcy was likely Solyndra's own fault.
Coal has become a big issue in the presidential campaign, and it came up again in Tuesday's debate, but neither candidate would do much to stop coal's downward slide.
As the wind industry clamors to renew a key tax credit (again), industry leaders explore how to break free from the boom-bust cycle the subsidy has them trapped in.
More than 50 activists tried to disrupt construction of the Keystone XL pipeline in Texas on Monday, and 10 got arrested in the process.
The American Coalition for Clean Coal Electricity is running a debate-themed ad on Facebook: 18th-century energy technology meets 21st-century communications.