The legislation, which will never become law, is an embarrassment. That's all there is to it.
The oil company that has done basically everything short of sinking its own boats is now suing Greenpeace, blaming the group for obstructing Arctic drilling.
The partnership could mean the development of an international carbon trading system between Europe, Australia, and China.
Raw-milk advocates are calling the Minnesota jury verdict a big legal win.
And, while they're at it, the Senate hopefuls from Massachusetts battle over oil subsidies, Keystone, Cape Wind, and James Inhofe.
NASA paints a portrait of an awful summer in the middle of what will likely be the hottest year in history. So enjoy fall -- winter's going to suck, too.
Reuters takes a detailed look at the politics of Harold Hamm -- meaning the politics of Mitt Romney.
The presidential candidate strongly opposes a wind tax credit as well as the layoffs that result from expiration of that wind tax credit.
Yes, the study showing negative health effects in rats that ate GMO corn sounds frightening. But that's why you might want to be skeptical.
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