Drought-ravaged Southern California is aflame.
After suburban voters torpedoed a tax to fund bus service in the Seattle Metro area, transit activists grapple with the sad reality: Maybe the ‘burbs just weren’t designed for buses.
A geyser of oil shot 50 feet in the air after a pipeline ruptured, leading to a 10,000-gallon spill and a knee-deep, lake-like mess.
At 15, Heather Smith was angst-filled and cynical. These days, instead of wishing she was never born, she writes for Grist. Will you support our work with a gift of $15?
The New Hampshire Senate candidate lobbied to block the bipartisan bill so his Democratic opponent, Sen. Jeanne Shaheen, wouldn't be able to run on it.
A reader wants to start composting without offending their nosy neighborhood group. Umbra detects a whiff of rebellion.
Sherri Tippie is just an ordinary Colorado hairdresser who happens to love beavers.
The average children's breakfast cereal contains more than twice as much sugar as ice cream, and a dozen brands pack more than 50 percent sugar.
The Sierra Club and Greenpeace are teaming up to expose the industry forces behind the Green Globes certification system.