You've probably heard that recycling can help you "save the planet," but did you know that it could also save your life? That's the lesson two Canadian teens learned after they fell off the roof of their apartment building and into some good luck.
A new Canadian study indicates that more and more people prefer to live in high-density apartments.
The new photo series "Lee Friedlander: America by Car" shows how our mode of transportation shapes our experience of the world.
The Chevy Volt will be in showrooms soon and that's raising the question of whether it's an electric car wannabe.
A reader wonders whether he should placate his worried wife and use toilet seat covers whenever he uses a public bathroom, or just sit with abandon and save a tree instead. Umbra gives the scoop on the safest, greenest way to poop.
Turning on your faucet shouldn't be a high-risk venture. Cities and towns shouldn't have to worry that the water lost in leaky pipes will mean ongoing shortages or usage restrictions. But these concerns are already cropping up in communities throughout the country -- and they will only become more common as decades of neglect to our water infrastructure begin to catch up with us.
Innovative dinner theater Cafe Nordo's most recent production delves into the deliciously dark world of drinking. But will it be a smashed hit?
A grocery store in Portland, Ore., is opening a new store that features more bike spots than parking spaces.
Robots are never going to take over our lives, says the author of a new book on technology. Good luck getting a movie deal out of that.
We've devised the world's shortest survey to find out what kind of actions our readers are taking. You know you want to.