Huge tax cuts for the rich would not spur growth in manufacturing jobs.
People are willing to pay a higher price for a home if it's close to stores, workplaces, or transit, new analysis finds.
From New York City to Fayetteville, Arkansas, some cities are relaxing requirements that new developments include parking spots.
The GOP candidate said communities should be able to decide for themselves whether they want to allow hydraulic fracturing.
Sen. Ed Markey of Massachusetts thinks climate change can be a potent political issue this fall.
In her convention speech, Hillary drew a clear contrast between her own views on climate change and those of Donald Trump.
Climate hawks in both camps want the party to create a formal group to tackle energy, the environment, and climate change.
Rep. Yvette Clarke tells Grist the reason she signed a letter written by electric utility lobbyists.
Don't give up on the political process, says Texas Rep. Sheila Jackson Lee. Instead, let's bring a broad coalition together.