Nearly 25 years after the Exxon Valdez disaster, pigeon guillemots are still not recovering. To help them out, the feds plan to trap some of their predators.
Alaska faces more severe and frequent wildfires in the years to come. Meanwhile, its Mendenhall Glacier keeps releasing sudden surges of water.
With a bacterial disease threatening the country's citrus industry, USDA scientists are flash-freezing tree roots in case they need to be regrown in the future.
Ag-gag laws bar people from recording what happens at factory farms. Utah's ag-gag law is being challenged in the first lawsuit of its kind.
XTO Energy will spend $20 million to treat wastewater from its fracking operations in Pennsylvania and West Virginia after it was prosecuted for Clean Water Act violations.
Solar energy production in the U.S. jumped by 49 percent last year, and wind energy by 16 percent, but we still have a long way to go.
Automakers now offer an array of discount leases and perks that make electric cars accessible for a much broader segment of the population.
Mike McGinn is leading the charge against a proposed new store, saying Whole Foods pays significantly less than unionized grocery stores.
Scientists are racing to study and conserve wild varieties of crops before they disappear. Such weeds could bolster agricultural yields as the climate changes.