If you've ever wondered how much it costs to have a subsidiary role in leaking millions of gallons of oil into the Gulf of Mexico, now you have your answer.
Mother Jones makes a strong case that it did -- but we should remove lead from the environment regardless.
More than half of public housing projects in New York City don't have recycling bins, and that's just one failing in the city's green campaign.
The effort to recover Shell's grounded drilling rig off the coast of Alaska is being run by the oil company, but it's getting help from the Coast Guard.
The state is currently conducting a new, more thorough health review as it considers allowing fracking.
The program took 690,000 old cars off the roads -- and sent them to landfills instead of to auto-parts recyclers.
Congress almost drove the crazy train off the fiscal cliff, but turned away just in time, yielding tax benefits for mass-transit riders.
Gas prices in the U.S. haven't gone down even though domestic drilling has gone up. Can Republicans explain that?
An ex-Marine general is taking charge of the troubled state park system, and he ain't taking any guff.
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