It turns out that bubbles in melting glaciers are causing quite a ruckus.
The NYC police chief is blaming a rise in the murder rate on pot, which makes absolutely zero sense. If we want safer cities, we should legalize pot.
A Portland-based construction company is building luxury tiny houses, and they're anything but simple.
Environmental justice advocates from across the country will air their present-day grievances during the commemoration of Bloody Sunday.
Watch Grist's own Brentin Mock on MSNBC, talking about wealth, race, democracy, and building a greener future.
If federal prosecutors have their way, Don Blankenship will get his day in court for the string of misdeeds that lead to a deadly mine explosion. He apparently has other plans.
A lot of the first episode is pretty standard Climate Change 101, but it's worth watching for some infuriating and heartbreaking moments.
The White House decided not to draft rules on explosive gas in tanker cars, Reuters reports. Meanwhile, an oil train blows up in Illinois.
It might not be the future, but a pay-what-you-can car service for the LGBTQ crowd does show what a real community-based ride service looks like.