Todd Akin, GOP Senate candidate in Missouri, is not only fundamentally deluded about the basic facts of women's reproductive systems. He's also fundamentally deluded about the basic facts of climate change.
In an effort to supplant government regulation, a group of high-profile lawyers plans to use the financial costs of obesity and diabetes to sue large processed food companies.
Habitat for Humanity has made a name for itself building new houses for poor people. Meanwhile, there is a silent crisis among those who can’t afford to keep up the homes they’re already in.
As beekeeping becomes more popular in urban areas, some nearby residents are turning to vandalism. Experts share tips for beekeepers who want to get along with their neighbors.
A reader wonders about eco-friendly leggings. Umbra unrolls some no-nonsense advice.
Because driving rates peak in midlife, the aging of the baby boom generation will lead to a drop in per-capita driving.
When Hurricane Irene blew through New York state last year, a neighboring creek gushed into Catherine Taylor-Rosenbaum's basement. It wasn't the first flood in recent memory, and she doesn't think it will be the last. …
Anyone who cares about why science doesn't get through to the public should read "Language Intelligence."
Here's a visual breakdown of the 20 companies that have put the most money into fighting California's Prop 37. Can you guess who's at the top?