A deadly outbreak of E. coli in 2006 spurred an overhaul of food-safety practices, but that's been bad news for natural habitats, a study finds.
A bill in the state House would not only shield animal abusers from activists -- it could also shield natural-gas companies.
If the Senate and the governor approve, Vermont could become the first state in the nation to require labeling of genetically modified foods.
The court ruled unanimously that an Indiana soybean farmer violated Monsanto’s patent by saving its trademark Roundup Ready seeds.
Hundreds of millions of people will likely be forced out of their homes by climate change, and 34 percent of animals could lose half their range.
The Obama administration has been procrastinating its decision on Keystone XL for years -- and now it may kick the can even further down the road.
The fast-moving ice was whipped up from melting lakes and pushed ashore by strong winds in Minnesota and Manitoba. See crazy video.
As predicted, human activities finally push carbon dioxide levels to a 3-million-year high. Climate scientists throw up their hands in exasperation.
One of Warren Buffet's companies has big plans to build turbines in Iowa, creating lots of jobs and lowering electricity bills.
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