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The federal government is propping up cotton farming during the West's water crisis.
Thanks to decades of ice melt caused by climate change, lost artifacts are now popping up all over the place.
The waters off Santa Barbara carry a mosaic of unusual species, all of which are at risk of being damaged by the oil spill.
About 13 gigawatts worth of coal plants will close this year. What should we do with these old things?
The agency reasserts its authority to regulate rivers in the wake of court decisions that reined in its powers. This rankles some politicians.
The new Whitney Museum on the Hudson offers a glimpse of architecture's future: It's built like a bunker to ride out assault by a warmer global climate.
Will Americans go for vegan, gluten-free fast food?
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