The Palisades nuclear plant in Michigan never quite properly patched up a leak last year. Over the weekend, the leak turned into a gush.
California regulators want to make Pacific Gas & Electric spend $2.25 billion on safety improvements following a 2010 pipeline explosion in San Bruno.
A program in Ontario that promoted renewable energy produced with locally manufactured equipment got slapped down by international trade bosses.
The Washington Examiner usually hates on President Obama, but it wholeheartedly approves of his natural-gas policies.
A ballot measure that would have outlawed fracking in the city went down in defeat after a business group heavily outspent anti-fracking activists.
The past 12 months have seen a record low number of tornadoes, while the 12 months before that saw an unusual high. Is there a climate change link?
Firms hit with safety citations routinely manage to get fines reduced, raising questions about the mine-safety system's effectiveness.
Taking away bees' honey and feeding them high-fructose corn syrup instead makes them more vulnerable to pesticides, a new study finds.
The Western U.S. is in for a big and dangerous fire season, and Brown is pointing the finger squarely at global warming.
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