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Tue, Sep 23, 2014 1:03 PM
Humans evolved to be easily recognizable, a new study reports, revealing how social interaction can influence our appearance.
'Forbes' magazine writer Christopher Steiner, author of '$20 Per Gallon,' explains why the rise in the price of gasoline could change our lives for the better.
Indiana and Michigan will get the bulk of the funds allotted for domestic production of EV batteries and parts.
Representatives agree to $2 billion lifeline for program that dealers say is stabilizing auto sales. Next stop: The Senate.
HAN University of Applied Sciences students designed a hybrid auto-rickshaw that will lower CO2 emissions and raise the income of drivers in Asia.
The seven astronauts aboard Endeavour land in Florida after a 16-day mission to work on the international space station.
Put down the Prozac.
A San Diego company is trying to find an eco-friendly way to recharge electric vehicles.
From an eco-city in China to 'towers of power' in Spain and California, some good news from the green frontier.
According to a patent application recently released, Microsoft founder Bill Gates is proposing a plan to calm hurricanes.
A Bay Area startup plays to the crowd, using masses of people to make good things happen.
German brothel offering discount to environmentally conscious bikers.
In cities like Bogotá, Colombia, expensive subways systems are being eclipsed by more efficient and cost-effective mass bus systems. Will it catch on?
Google Earth 5.0, now with oceans, is changing conservation in Baja California and around the world.
A new airline has been created specifically for pets to travel. The 'Today' show checks it out.
Nighttime isn't the right time for many people in developing nations, where electricity is often still a luxury. When globetrotting entrepreneur Mark Bent realized this, a light bulb went off.
New York Times contributor blogs about cars and other interesting ways of getting around.