The House majority leader lost the GOP primary to a Tea Party challenger. That's a terrible omen for any sort of policy progress or competent governance.
They'll help, but they're not enough on their own. And now other countries, like Australia, are trying to gum up the works.
Don't know what to think of EPA’s proposal for regulating CO2 emissions from existing power plants? We've boiled the brouhaha down for you.
The Sierra Club and NRDC will encourage supporters to submit positive public comments, while Greenpeace and 350.org don't have big plans to help.
The right will attack the EPA's power-plant proposal from every possible angle.
So what's the deal with these EPA power plant regulations everyone is talking about? Here's what you need to know.
The EPA proposal is a major step in the right direction, but climate hawks will be pushing over the next year to make the final rules stricter.
The Chamber of Commerce claims the rules will result in economic losses of $50 billion a year. Enviros and the Obama admin say that's baloney.
A five-year decline in U.S. CO2 emissions is over, and the main culprit is increased coal burning.