We now have evidence that spiders eat bats all over the world except in places without spiders or bats. This is scary, and kind of wrong.
Thousands of gallons of diesel spilled into a river in Chevron's third pipeline spill in Utah in three years. Two oil-coated beavers were rescued.
Nestle wants to extract water from the aquifer in Fryeburg, Maine, for the next 45 years. Elementary-school activist Luke Sekera-Flanders is fighting back.
Touch a station and the map will tell you how to get there! It's sort of like a giant Hopstop, except you can touch it.
Predictions of heavy spring rains bode poorly for the health of Lake Erie, where agricultural runoff is expected to cause massive algae blooms.
Not to be a narc or anything, but animals get high a LOT. And these Russian bears have figured out how to get high off gasoline fumes.
Both industrial designers and industrious teens alike are engineering tiny paragons of sustainable living. Behold some of our recent favorites.
Depleted uranium from U.S. munitions is suspected of causing a huge spike in birth defects and all kinds of cancers in Iraq.
Manatees are dying off both Florida coasts, and by God we want the culprit brought to justice! (It's probably us.)