Well, "Texan," singular. But the movement to combat the insidious, intrusive device is real.
The good news: Some Danish architects teamed up with some British digital fabrication people to create a 1,250-square-foot house produced in a rapid prototyping machine. (A rapid prototyping machine uses computer modeling to quickly produce scale models of physical parts.) …
A book with cute illustrations introduces kids to the "neat topic" of biotechnology, but fails to mention hazards associated with GMOs, like increased pesticide use and possible liver and kidney damage.
A federal judge has ruled that the Tennessee Valley Authority is liable for the 2008 coal-ash spill that dumped thick sludge across a community in eastern Tennessee, destroying three homes.
The EPA suspects that Disney Studios may have introduced carcinogenic chromium 6 into the regional water supply.
Judge Bill Harris determined that TransCanada had the right to condemn and seize a strip of land for the southern leg of its Keystone XL tar-sands pipeline.
Peabody is paying the feds 25 cents per ton for coal that's likely to sell for $35 per ton. Hope they can eke out a profit!
Excessive residue in gasoline from a refinery in Indiana could screw with the cars of 7,000 unlucky consumers.
We won't use the amount of electricity we thought we'd be using in 2019 until 2030, according to a new forecast.