Even with the fracking boom, the U.S. is still tied to global oil markets.
Bicyclists, rejoice! This new tool could arguably become the closest thing we have to a national bike registry.
Railroads, are you listening? Public release of details about crude-by-rail shipments does not pose a serious security risk.
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A reader wonders how to keep his floors clean in the greenest manner possible. Umbra gets swept up in the possibilities.
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The city council also moved to divest from fossil-fuel stocks.
Because zoo employees enjoy goading the Old Gods and the New, they named the kittens Drogon, Rhaegal, and Viserion.
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