Detroit's huge pile of petcoke, waste from tar-sands refining, is gradually being shipped back up to Canada and burned to produce dirty electricity.
The southern leg of the Keystone XL pipeline is riddled with dents and other anomalies, prompting TransCanada to dig it back up and replace faulty segments.
Southern California Edison is officially giving up on the perpetually troubled San Onofre nuclear power plant. Anti-nuke activists are psyched.
The French energy minister wants to keep her country's fracking ban in place. Just look at what a mess fracking has made in America, she says.
A tech billionaire trampled a redwood forest for his fantasy wedding, and two of California's most senior elected officials were at the obnoxious bash.
The opening of a Whole Foods in inner-city Detroit has caused more fanfare than possibly any grocery-store debut in history. Why all the hoopla?
Last week's flurry of tornadoes included the widest twister ever recorded in the U.S. and one tornado that spun backward.
Oil has been flowing into the Gulf of Mexico since a platform was destroyed by Hurricane Ivan -- and nobody's doing anything to stop it.
Monsanto's investigation into a rogue GMO outbreak can be summarized thusly: “Nothing is wrong at our end and everybody's crops are safe. Maybe our opponents planted our freak wheat to try to hurt us.”