The drought and overuse of Colorado River water has led to an epic decline in water levels at Lake Mead.
The EPA is well within its rights to regulate mountaintop-removal coal mining, a federal appeals court decided.
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Last year, Oklahoma's quake activity was more than 5,000 percent greater than normal. Underground injection of fracking wastewater might be the cause.
Move over, weed-eating goats: The municipal power company in San Antonio, Texas, has enlisted a flock of sheep to help keep its grounds clear.
Because oil and gas production has soared, so has the value of various tax breaks for the industry.
Angry customers are organizing boycotts, signing petitions, and pushing Whole Foods to stop carrying Eden products.
A food-and-tech hackathon team figures out how Chipotle could encourage customers to downsize their burritos and still feel like they're getting a good deal.
A reader says she's stuck with some unwanted exfoliant. Umbra helps her shed a few bottles of bubbles.
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