Activists will work locally for green initiatives despite a federal government friendly to Big Oil and coal.
He'll gut the Paris climate deal and scrap the clean power plan but wish the coal industry back into existence.
Republican nominee cites faulty studies and hazy figures to distort reality.
The Greenpeace activist has been stalking Clinton on the trail all over the Northeast.
Nuclear energy has plenty of problems, but its saving grace is that it has virtually no carbon emissions.
Republicans didn’t even wait for a global climate change deal to be struck in Paris to start undermining it.
The deal is a big step forward and at the same time a frustrating set of compromises and omissions.
Speeches have been heavy on the same themes: climate change is dangerous and we need to control it for sake of our children.
The key players in the grass roots campaign to kill the Keystone XL pipeline
Kentucky’s new Republican senator and member of the Tea Party caucus is proposing socially conservative legislation.
On Friday afternoon, when congressional Republicans chose Rep. Paul Ryan (R-Wis.) to give their official response to the State of the Union address, Democrats must have been thrilled. By most traditional measures Ryan is a good choice for Republicans; he is young, handsome, articulate, and affable. But that is secondary to the reason he was tapped. Rather, it is because Ryan has become the Republicans’ ideological leader on fiscal issues, which are expected to play an important role in President Obama’s address. House Speaker John Boehner said in a statement, "Paul Ryan is uniquely qualified to address the state of our economy and the fiscal challenges that face our country.” Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell praised Ryan's "unique understanding of the fiscal problems we face.”...
Liberals are criticizing the Tea Party movement for its supposed ties to the school board in Wake County, N.C., which is removing the county’s longstanding school-integration system. But those ties are tenuous.
Leading conservative politicians and pundits are suggesting that the assault-weapons ban would violate the Second Amendment. It wouldn't.
Coming on the heels of President Obama's choice of Bill Daley as his new chief of staff, the selection of Bruce Reed from the Democratic Leadership Council to run Vice President Biden's staff is causing concern on the left.
Bill Daley, whom President Obama has just named to be his new chief of staff, is a banker, former Treasury secretary under Bill Clinton, and the brother and son of Chicago mayors. This may sound like a fairly typical Obama appointment, but it is actually a significant shift.
Bernie Madoff’s victims who made a profit are being sued by a government-appointed trustee. The purpose is to reclaim profits withdrawn in the last six years to pay back people who withdrew less than they put in. Is that fair?
A bill to let gays serve openly in the military has passed Congress. It is a huge win for gay rights, but not a comprehensive one.
Why this week's federal district court ruling is only the start of the debate over whether the individual mandate to buy health insurance is unconstitutional.
Experts say that taking legislation hostage to pass something an individual senator or group of senators wants is common, but the current blanket legislative filibuster is more extreme.