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Hollywood up-and-comers and plot twists combine in a thriller about when polluters deserve punishment -- and who should mete it out.
A project to study New York City pollen counts could provide a key clue to the mystery of what triggers the chronic respiratory disease.
Why are some North Carolina conservatives fighting renewable energy -- even when it's making their state rich and happy?
Everyone agrees that the only way to fix the Gulf of Mexico's giant dead zone is to fix the Mississippi. But not everyone agrees how.
There’s no way to link the Deepwater Horizon blowout to dolphin deaths, mutated animals, and other strange occurrences in the Gulf of Mexico without toxicology studies. And few are getting funded.
Raising pigs crammed into metal pens and dosed with antibiotics nearly killed Russ Kremer. Now he preaches a better way. Chipotle, for one, is a believer.
Oklahoma! Where the fracking wells come shakin' down the Plain.
Solar installations aren't so expensive when everybody chips in.
An excerpt from the new book "Toms River: A Story of Science and Salvation" by environmental journalist Dan Fagin.
The killer whales of Alaska's rapidly dwindling AT1 pod seem to have an ancestry that is genetically distinct from other nearby populations -- and they speak a language entirely their own.
Where should you go for great environmental coverage? To a network run by the world's biggest carbon polluter, of course!
As the oil boom continues in North Dakota, some Native Americans are going bust.
The waterway that once flowed into Lake Michigan could try to follow that path again.
New regulations will help remove dangerous, unnecessary fire-retardant chemicals from furniture.
Wolverines have a reputation as voracious, flesh-ripping hellions, but their tamer predilection for raising their young in deep, snowy dens might prove more dangerous to the species.
As mining surges in drought-stricken areas, a battle over injecting uranium waste into aquifers beneath a Wyoming ranch could shape decisions nationwide.