At Arctic Council meetings in Sweden, the secretary of state wants the world to know the U.S. is very sorry for all that it has done to destroy the ice.
California's governor saw $500 million sitting around, waiting to be spent on climate projects, and decided it should probably be spent in other ways.
Say it again: Another exhaustive study confirms that there's virtually no disagreement among climate scientists about the cause of climate change.
Across-the-board spending cuts triggered by congressional uselessness will see more than 500 federal firefighting jobs cut this summer, despite the threat of major wildfires.
A new study says limiting our salt intake to under 2,300 milligrams a day might not actually be that beneficial. But most Americans consume way more salt than that.
A new U.N. report suggests farming and eating insects could be one of the best ways to feed the world's swelling population.
American taxpayers spent more money cleaning up and helping out after natural disasters in 2012 than they spent on education or transportation.
Melting ice and rising seas are shifting the position of the North Pole by eight inches a year.
Wind turbines killed an estimated 83,000 birds of prey last year, yet the administration has never prosecuted a wind farm for killing a protected bird.
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