The two countries agreed this week on five new climate initiatives, including ones focused on carbon capture at power plants and building energy efficiency.
The oil pipeline that ruptured beneath Mayflower was defective when was laid in the 1940s. Why didn't Exxon know? Where else was the flawed piping used?
Efforts to plug a retired natural gas well off Louisiana's coastline went awry this week, triggering a leak. Now there's an ugly sheen covering several square miles.
We already knew that climate change is aggravating wildfires. Now comes news that wildfires are aggravating climate change. Talk about a vicious cycle.
Scientists are tinkering with the way broccoli tastes, looks, and grows, in an effort to get us to eat more of it. Sounds like a liberal government conspiracy.
Big Meat is suing the USDA because it doesn't like rules that require country-of-origin labels and prohibit the mixing of meats from different countries.
Sen. David Vitter (R-La.) has dropped his filibuster threat against EPA nominee Gina McCarthy, but other Republicans are still opposed.
After a citizen made a Freedom of Information Act request for GIS data on the route, the State Department said it doesn't have it.
Washington, D.C., may finally stop requiring buildings near transit lines to provide parking spaces -- a move that saves money and improves quality of life.