Environmentally Friendly News
'Adulting' Series: How to Change a Tire
ABC News' Brad Mielke heads to AAA to learn how to change a tire.
California to Fire up Burners to Battle Dead Tree Epidemic
Authorities in California say they'll use large air-blasting incinerators to burn up trees killed by drought and a beetle epidemic ravaging Sierra Nevada forests
Julia Landauer hopes to graduate to racing's next level
If you don't think a girl raised in New York City and educated at Stanford would have the moxie to stick a stock car in a tight spot at a breakneck speed, you haven't met Julia Landauer. Landauer, 24, is so tough she made it halfway through "Survivor: Caramoan" in 2013. She's so confident she has
Zika 'Very Likely' to Spread From Mosquitoes to Humans in US, Official Says
Health officials stressed today that they are doing everything they can to minimize Zika outbreaks in the U.S. Dr. Anthony Fauci, director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases at the National Institute of Health, said at a press conference today he thought it was "very
Top 9 Best Wedding Registry Gifts for Engaged Couples
Good Housekeeping's Rachel Rothman tells us the must-have items for the ultimate wedding registry.
Countdown to Earth Day: Blogger Lives Trash Free
"Zero Waste" blogger Lauren Singer has been living trash free for four years by making her own beauty and cleaning products, and buying local, organic food.
Top 10 Eco-Friendly Hotels in the United States
Are you traveling green on your next vacation? Not only are hotels around the nation "going green," but so are the travelers staying in the rooms, according to the recently released list of the top 10 Eco-friendly hotels in the United States from TripAdvisor. The Gardens Hotel in Key West, Florida
Apple Introduces New iPad Pro
The new iPad Pro with a 9.7-inch display will retail for $599 for a 32 GB model.
Clinton Remained Silent As Wal-Mart Fought Unions
In six years as a member of the Wal-Mart board of directors, between 1986 and 1992, Hillary Clinton remained silent as the world's largest retailer waged a major campaign against labor unions seeking to represent store workers. Clinton has been endorsed for president by more than a dozen unions,