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Bernie Sanders gets union endorsement because he, unlike Clinton, opposes Keystone

The National Nurses United union, which is 90 percent female, is throwing its weight behind Sanders -- despite his lack of a vagina.

Science

How the universe began and how humanity will drown: A scientist’s to-do list

Climate change and the origins of the universe are top priorities for Antarctic and Southern Ocean researchers for the next decade.

Give 'em enough sensors

This could be a huge move for air-pollution monitoring

A new company collaborates with Google to try to deliver air quality data at a new level of pinpoint detail.

Business & Technology

IKEA makes a big promise on LEDs, clean energy

Your nightmare shopping experience is getting a little bit greener.

Living

Want to go to an eco-friendly college? Here are the 10 best.

The Sierra Club released their rankings of the top greenest universities.

Cities

Murals in Harlem show birds like you’ve never seen them before

Birds that are threatened by climate change are now showing up in new locations -- on rolldown gates, apartment building walls, and stoops.

The Fisherman

What’s it like to be at home on the ocean? Ask a fisherman

Tele Aadsen fishes for salmon in southeast Alaska, which means she is up close and personal with the sea every day.

Science

Sunspot science throws wrench in favorite climate denialism claim

A new study shows that sunspot activity has not, in fact, increased in recent decades.

The Desolation of Smog

China is exporting ozone pollution to the U.S. — which is only fair

A new study suggests that ozone levels on the West Coast aren't dropping, thanks to a new smoggy import.