Back in December, the state was drenched. Two months later, it's drier than ever.
State officials tried to hide scientists' warnings about the dangers of climate change, including a potential invasion of piranhas.
One idea from Milwaukee: Turn foreclosed houses into local food processing and education centers. Yum!
Shell says it needs more time to figure out how best to drill the hell out of Alaska's offshore areas.
BP, Chevron, ExxonMobil, and pals have been pumping millions of barrels of oil from the Gulf of Mexico without paying a dime in royalties.
A top BP official tells the court that the company knew there was a "big risk" of a Deepwater Horizon disaster before it happened.
It's cheap, healthy, and legal, so why don't American meat-eaters want to tuck into some pony?
In the '90s, Philadelphia's transit network was plagued by $75 million in debt and an FBI investigation. Now it's celebrating a major turnaround.
Pesticide use is the leading cause of a nationwide decline of grassland bird species, beating out habitat loss, according to a new study.