Australia is now the first country in the world to undo a price on greenhouse gas pollution, thanks to its climate-denying prime minister.
If a giant abyss appears near a fracking site, it COULD BE a sign that there’s something going on there that is not entirely advisable.
A reader wonders if there's really pesticide residue on her fresh fruit. Umbra says it's time to break with conventional.
Detroit's financial woes have put it on the front lines of a decaying-infrastructure crisis that belongs to all of us.
Experiments by Google, Environmental Defense Fund, and university scientists reveal the huge amounts of methane that leak from pipelines beneath some cities.
Debra Harrell let her 9-year-old daughter play unsupervised in an North Augusta, S.C., park. Harrell was arrested and her daughter is in the custody of the state.
Parasitic isopods? Blobfish? Deep-sea vampire squid? Don't let the Great Pacific Garbage Patch hit you on the way out, ocean.
Once we all start getting tired of kale, seaweed could step up to the plate as America's favorite superfood.
The EPA has put the state on probation until it figures out a way to stop dairy farms from polluting streams, rivers, and Lake Champlain -- the water supply for a third of Vermont's population.
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