While a "natural-gas liquid" continues to mysteriously gush near a Colorado creek, legislators introduce a bill to raise fines for spills.
Organic food may not be proven best for humans, but a new study points to it being best for the little bugs that annoy humans.
The U.S. could get virtually all of its electricity from clean sources by building a “seemingly excessive” amount of capacity, a new study finds.
Plants, birds, fish, and other wildlife are on the march, looking for new homes as the climate changes. The Obama administration wants to help.
He's served on advisory boards for BP, GE, and a uranium company, and the center he runs at MIT gets corporate funding from Shell and Chevron.
In the wake of Superstorm Sandy, some owners of oceanfront properties in New Jersey are stymieing efforts to build sand dunes to block storm surges. They're worried about views and privacy.
The pumping of oil-drilling wastewater underground probably induced a series of earthquakes in Oklahoma, according to new research.
Higher temperatures and drought are hurting the quality of corn cobs and causing trouble for the country's last corn cob pipe producer.
More greenery is linked to lower crime rates, a new study finds.