The lines we draw around what's acceptable to put in our mouths have more to do with culture and climate than with science or nutrition.
Instead of avocados and oranges, farmers are opting for pomegranates and ... dragonfruit?
A Wall Street Journal investigation finds egregious worker exploitation on a plantation in Malaysia that sells to big multinationals.
Forget tornadoes: Thanks to fracking, Oklahoma is all about earthquakes now.
The planet isn't going vegetarian. But we could make all that meat a lot more efficiently, and less wastefully.
It even includes a DJ booth. Guess where it's headed?
A reader wants to know whether "single stream" recycling is more efficient than the usual sort-paper-and-plastic approach. Umbra digs up the answer.
Congress is deadlocked on extending the Highway Trust Fund. Maybe it's time to rethink the whole idea.
The practice is gaining popularity in drought-plaged California, but is it safe?