If you're game to save (or set aflame) the planet from the threat of climate change, you should give the eerily realistic computer game, Fate of the World, a spin.
Theodore Roosevelt once noted "civilized people ought to know how to dispose of the sewage in some other way than putting it into the drinking water." But that's what we're still doing every day.
Congress will have a lot more anti-choicers. Expect attacks on international family-planning programs and a big fight over birth-control coverage.
Are you embracing a simpler life, one focused on community and sustainability? Then check out our live chat with author Kurt B. Reighley about this phenomenon, which he describes in his book United States of Americana: A field guide to the new American Roots movement!
It's tough to make compelling drama out of a happy-green-prosperous future -- even if that's where we want to live.
Weï¿½re hosting a live chat with author Kurt B. Reighley, KEXPï¿½s DJ El Toro. Send in questions about the American roots movement for the chance to win a book copy!
Worried about whether your helmet will still keep you safe after a few falls? Here's one that makes quite a stink when it's time to replace it.
While writing about food politics on my Dell "Latitude" laptop, I often daydream about a sleek new MacBook Air or MacBook Pro. (And an iPad, and maybe an iPhone.) Or at least I did -- until I read about the conditions of the workers who make them. Why do we spend so much time thinking about where our food comes from, while ignoring the origins of the latest tech craze?
Oklahoma GOP gov candidate Mary Fallin says what sets her apart is "having children" -- a slam at Dem opponent Jari Askins, who doesn't have kids.
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