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Whales, fed up with being fished, take revenge on fishermen

In Alaska, once overfished sperm whales are striking back against fishermen by eating all of their fish. This is one whale's tale.

Cities

Why living in Detroit doesn’t come cheap

Detroit's housing market may look accessible, but once you do the math imposed by the city's sometimes tough conditions, it's hardly a bargain.

Cities

This ad will actually make you want to ride the bus

What if your bus commute were straight out of a Michael Bay movie?

Climate & Energy

Now BP and Shell will consider the cost of climate change when doing business

Both oil giants have agreed to support shareholder resolutions that will make them take global warming a little more seriously.

Living

Pot industry’s homegrown credit union squares off against the fed

In Colorado, marijuana industry entrepreneurs are eager to open their own credit union -- but federal regulations are a total buzzkill.

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Norway divests from coal, promises to cut carbon, steals our hearts

O Nordic land, will you be our tall, blue-eyed, climate-hawk Valentine?

Cities

Who says gentrification is a myth?

Recent reports claim that gentrification is fiction. But it’s a fact of life for those who’ve been displaced by it.

Business & Technology

2 years ago, the bad guys pledged to go good on rainforests. How’d they do?

Asia Pulp and Paper said it would stop cutting down Indonesian forests. Now, green groups say, it has delivered on much of its promises.

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These magic CO2-dissolving capsules want to save the world

Scientists think they've found a new technology for pulling carbon from the air, and it looks like weird fish roe.