So let's not destroy them first.
Uber and Lyft don't actually 'share' anything, rides or otherwise. The Associated Press suggests calling them "ride-hailing" or "ride-booking" services instead.
Fracking sites in Pennsylvania or rave rivers in Taiwan -- the choice is yours, river-dweller!
Last month, West Virginia decided to teach its students to doubt the overwhelming consensus on global warming. Now it's changed course.
Oops, too late.
Other things Senate to vote on the existence of: time, the moon, vegetables, Jean Claude Van Damme.
A Farm Bureau bigwig warns that as western snowpack dwindles, farmers must adapt.
Energy demand in big cities is poised to soar, but with forward-thinking urban and transportation planning, we could keep that growth in check.
Fifty-six percent of Republicans in a recent poll said they support regulating carbon dioxide as a pollutant.