You can now sprinkle hand-harvested salt from San Francisco Bay on your food -- if you dare.
With US cities literally crawling with bedbugs, Ask Umbra offers advice on how to get rid of the pests without endangering your health or the planet.
Delaware Senate candidate Christine O'Donnell has loony opinions not just on masturbation but on population, contraception, and sex ed.
Today is PARK(ing) Day. In some 140 cities around the planet, humans are taking back some space from cars, using parking spots as mini parks where they play games, do art projects, or just sit and chat.
Local government has caught an organic hobby farmer tomato-red-handed growing a downright offensive number of vegetable plants on his property outside of Atlanta. What's an "acceptable" number of vegetables anyway?
You know those people who are always gabbing on their cell phones? Yes, they're pretty irksome, even hazardous, but what if their gift of gab were actually a small gift toward a fossil-fuel-free future?
A study says more women than men tend to believe the scientific consensus that global warming is indeed happening and mostly caused by human activity.
A creative way to recycle books that are ready to checkout for good.
A group of U.S. doctors has a morbid new ad aimed at taking a bite out of Americans' fatal attraction to fast food. Watch the short ad.
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