George Prescott Bush, son of Jeb Bush, has kicked off a campaign to run for Texas land commissioner next year. Drill, baby Bush, drill!
Launched last week, the new game has been plagued by technical problems and claims that it has a secret green agenda.
The system of transferable fishing quotas has been bad news for small-scale operations, and it might not be helping fish much either.
New solar generation capacity will increase about 14 percent this year, thanks to high demand in the U.S., Japan, and especially China.
The bill would bar local governments from enforcing calorie counts, portion restrictions, or other food reforms at restaurants.
The country produces 80 billion pairs of disposable chopsticks each year, and that's taking a toll on China's forests.
As glaciers and ice sheets melt, they release plankton food, a new study finds -- and that could help slow the pace of global warming.
The Bahamian government will allow exploratory oil drilling, triggering worries about the tourism and fishing industries.
Some foods are getting cheaper, but is that really such great news for the hungry poor?
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