A coal company in St. Louis doesn't want to wage a ballot battle over its lucrative tax breaks -- so it sued to get the measure thrown out.
Heat waves and droughts? Pshaw. Sin City has bigger things to worry about.
A visit to Beijing, and its notorious blanket of smog, brings a flashback to the U.S. industrial heartland in its heyday.
You don't need a prison wife to appreciate the week's green news.
Coffee rust is driving up the cost of that vital morning fix. Climate change will kill your buzz even harder.
The Koch-funded group Americans for Prosperity is trying to kill a deal that would rescue Detroit from financial ruin.
Some cyclists argue that it should be legal for them to blow through stop signs and traffic lights. Here's why they're wrong.
It’s easy to get insulated with green-talk, so it's awesome when Normal People start taking note.
Fracking opponents are seizing on news that California shale deposits may contain 96 percent less recoverable oil than previously estimated.