Autonomous vehicles will lead to longer commutes and more sprawl only if you believe that everyone is dying to spend hours cooped up in cars.
As Bernie Sanders' campaign pushes Hillary Clinton toward more progressive positions, the rest of the Democratic Party may follow.
A New York Times columnist tries to pin some of the responsibility for Donald Trump's rise on President Obama's shoulders. It's a bum rap.
It’s mathematically impossible to enact Trump’s tax and budget vision, and even trying would be a disaster.
Federal housing support policies encourage sprawl instead of the more transit-friendly, urban neighborhoods that many Americans prefer.
Larry Nichols, who got rich by fracking and has donated to Rubio's campaign, will now lead the candidate's energy steering committee.
Sanders’ proposed anti-fracking bill won’t pass, but he has other moves up his sleeve that a president could take without congressional cooperation.
Some legal scholars argue that a Clean Air Act provision justifies further emissions cuts, so a GOP rep wants to change the Clean Air Act.
Activists who tried to block work on a gas pipeline will argue in court that their actions were necessary to protect humanity from climate change.