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With Gas Taxes in Peril, More States Study Alternatives

The idea of charging drivers for the miles they drive instead of the gas they burn is not new. But states are still sorting out how it might work.

Prius parked at a gas station in California.

Trump Drops Florida From Offshore Drilling Plan, and Other States Ask: What About Us?

The Trump administration's sudden reversal on Tuesday sparked a backlash among the other state leaders who have voiced opposition to the plan to drastically expand oil and gas drilling off their coasts.

Vision Zero Touted as Traffic Deaths Hit Historic Lows in 2 Major Cities

The milestones come at a time for New York and San Francisco when the number of traffic deaths nationwide has been on the rise.

China's Foreign-Waste Ban Could Have Recycling Repercussions in America

Starting this month, the country's new policy will likely send more recyclable materials to the landfill. But many environmentalists also see it as a golden opportunity.