Meanwhile, a separate tropical storm might be headed for the U.S. Gulf Coast. So much for that quiet hurricane season we'd been having ...
Republicans accused Obama of being a job-killing, coal-hating president who believes fairy tales invented by mischievous scientists.
It will be a lot cheaper to start fighting global warming today than it will be 15 or so years from now.
A local council in England tried to evict a high-profile fracking protest, but a judge ruled that the protesters can stay.
The feds are refusing to do anything after Monsanto's GMO alfalfa contaminated a Washington farmer's crop, saying the marketplace should sort it out.
Rob Binz, Obama's pick to head the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission, thinks renewables are a good hedge against fossil fuels. So he's being crucified.
Environmental Defense Fund helped pay for a study that found fracking might not be so terrible for the climate. Other green groups are not pleased.
The sweet news from a new study is that children are exercising more, watching TV less, and eating more healthful foods than they used to.
One of two companies that wanted to build a massive gold and copper mine near Bristol Bay has pulled out of the project, leaving its future uncertain.
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