The NYC police chief is blaming a rise in the murder rate on pot, which makes absolutely zero sense. If we want safer cities, we should legalize pot.
Conservatives' silly "gotcha" argument falls flat on its face.
Employment is now growing faster in many downtowns than in outlying areas. That creates opportunities to improve our transportation systems.
The dirty fuels that cause particulate pollution are the same dirty fuels that cause global warming -- another great reason to crack down on them.
Decades ago, lots of Americans lived in rooming houses and residential hotels. Today's micro-pods are just resurrecting a good old idea.
Don't believe the media hype. Paul is right in line with his party on this one.
The leaders of the country’s three major parties signed a joint pledge to aggressively fight climate change and phase out the use of coal.
Think he’s doing all he can? Au contraire. Again and again, the president encourages fossil fuel exploitation and goes soft on polluters.
The resigning governor has been an outspoken climate advocate. Fortunately, he’ll be replaced by a liberal Democrat who’s likely to embrace climate action too.
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