The oil giant whines that it has forked out a lot for research already, and can't understand why it should have to pay more.
A huge blast rocked a Williams gas processing plant in Wyoming last week. Same thing happened at another Williams plant a month earlier. Last year saw explosions, too.
And they could end up over the border, carrying explosive crude all around the U.S.
The European Commission is concerned that the pesticide diphenylamine could be linked to cancer, but the U.S. EPA says there's nothing to worry about.
American green groups are asking the Obama administration to back away from a WTO complaint against India's solar policies, warning it could hurt the climate.
A new report is yet another reminder of why oil companies should be kept out of the thawing Arctic.
A newspaper won the right to see reports about trains carrying crude. So state officials told rail companies to stop sending in the reports.
This is reportedly the first case in which a jury has awarded compensation for fracking-related pollution and health problems.
Researchers have discovered, yet again, that few people understand what the heck the world's preeminent authority on climate change is trying to say.