Experts are questioning whether the seafood with the "sustainable" labels from the Marine Stewardship Council is really environmentally responsible.
Scientists are using coriander, cinnamon, turmeric, cloves and cumin to fight the greenhouse gases caused by livestock belching.
One of the first aid workers to arrive in Iraq in 2003 talks about the challenges she faced and lessons she's learned from working for women's rights.
Lebanon's iconic cedar trees are in danger after years of logging and emerging climate change. NGOs and the Shouf Cedar Reserve are trying to save them.
Languages represent more than vocabulary and grammar, and some people are fighting to save them.
Aid groups are struggling for funds to help victims of Pakistan's floods, and experts warn of dire consequences for inaction.
A nonprofit, entrepreneurial boot camp helps create new businesses, entrepreneurs and jobs in Detroit.
A new generation of programmers and activists are nervous about Facebook's disregard of privacy, and some are fighting back.
Millions of adopted Americans can't access to their original birth certificates. Some are fighting for access, while others think the records should remain closed.
Volunteers are raising, nurturing and releasing beetles in an effort to fight an invasive plant.