Hope on climate change has come from a direction you never expected.
According to a new study out of Sweden, ocean acidification is changing how shrimp taste.
A shady law that gives the governor power to decide the pipeline's route was upheld by the Nebraska Supreme Court, even though the majority of justices voted otherwise.
Now the only New York City takeout leftovers will be your Kung Pao.
These high-tech pedals alert you if your bike has moved, and tell you where it's gone, via a tracking app on your smartphone.
The governor insists that the tunnel still needs to be built, and that the contractor will pay to fix Bertha. "We’re like the guy who’s having his house remodeled and the contractor hasn’t done any work in the past year because his buzz saw isn’t working."
The court said the pipeline's planned route through Nebraska is just fine. Now the ball is in Obama's court.
It will cost $2.7 billion to stop dumping fertilizer in the Mississippi, where it ends up killing off everything in the Gulf of Mexico. And it's worth it.
The Motor City is seriously considering tearing down a highway, I-375. Some city bigwigs want to blow up a second one, too.