The Supreme Court this week will hear three stormwater-runoff cases: two on logging roads in the Northwest, one on L.A.'s filthy outflow.
A Texas law requiring companies to disclose what's in fracking fluid has a loophole: If the info is a "trade secret," they don't have to tell.
Renewables in the U.S. are expected to increase 4.2 percent this year, but that trend could get quashed if Congress doesn't renew a tax credit for wind power.
It's December, the time of year when you just want to huddle up with a roaring fire to provide comfort from the … unseasonably warm temperatures outside.
Meaning that the stark, unhappy statement of total 2011 production we made a few weeks ago was too low.
Gardening and sewing clothes aren't just activities for hipsters. They've long been practiced by the poor.
The American Automobile Association says the E15 ethanol fuel mix damage vehicles. The EPA responds with brightly colored stickers.
Or at least so says Bryan Fischer, a prominent fundamentalist who hates gays and loves fossil fuels.
Cyclists rode en masse to the Texas State Capitol following several hit-and-runs in recent weeks.
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