Between a likely Supreme Court win and the Monsanto Protection Act, Monsanto is on a roll. Here's a look behind the company's rise to power.
Why was such a dangerous facility so close to homes? And why are chemical plants like this one only inspected by the state about once every 67 years?
China is developing a new way to deal with slow bus drivers: super tall buses you can drive straight through.
An artist has created realistic renderings of what several high-profile U.S. cities and landmarks will look like five centuries from now, if sea levels rise as predicted.
Monsanto has hijacked the constitution and butchered the government's power to stop the sale of genetically modified foods, according to a wide array of food safety and consumer advocates. Here's how it works, and how to fight back.
The average American is exposed to 10 or more pesticides every day, via diet and drinking water. Here's a look at the lasting damage they cause and what you can do to stay clean.
Every beekeeper, small or large, hobbyist or commercial, knows that honeybees are in trouble. And the government is not doing nearly enough to help.
In December of 2011, a high school teacher named Miranda Gibson climbed a rope to the top of a tree in Tasmania and vowed to stay until the forest was protected. That was a year ago. Here is a peek into her life.
Reporters covering the oil spill from ExxonMobil's Pegasus pipeline in Mayflower, Arkansas, are reporting that they've been blocked from the site and threatened with arrest.
The United States is in the midst of one of the biggest droughts in recent memory. Here's a look at the seven states facing the most dire conditions.
The nation's top climate scientists predict a tough spring for already struggling farmers, as demand for water is pushed to the limit.
The battle for the bees is headed to court. Beekeepers and activist groups filed a federal lawsuit last week against the EPA.