Scientists have found endocrine-disrupting chemicals in the Colorado River and linked them to the fracking industry.
Developers have figured out that food is more popular than golf, so they're now wrapping housing communities around farmland instead of links.
Voters in a Wisconsin town are trying to throw out the mayor and two city council members who want to allow sand mining in city limits.
It's been more than 20 years since the Montreal Protocol was signed, and scientists say it'll be another 70 years before the ozone layer fully heals.
The oil giant doesn't want to pay a restaurant company more than $8 million for Deepwater Horizon damages, so it's trying to embarrass its boss.
The new law will require food manufacturers to label anything with GMO ingredients -- but it will only take effect if other states follow suit.
Physicist and former climate denier Richard Muller is now gung ho about natural gas, and he thinks you should be too.
The U.K. plans to allow a new nuclear plant to charge double the market rate for electricity. The E.U. is investigating whether that amounts to illegal government aid to a company.
The average model-year 2012 vehicle got 23.6 miles per gallon -- still pretty lame, but 1.2 mpg better than the previous year.
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