The Texas governor and presidential candidate says regulations kill jobs. He forgets that they also save lives, and save the U.S. from descending into complete lawlessness.
The Texas governor still refuses to drink the climate science Kool-Aid, no matter how many Texas scientists try to make him see the light (and feel the heat).
Most of the Republicans named to the Super Congress committee are proud torchbearers of global warming denial.
Seattle looks at an ambitious scenario involving changes in travel modes, more energy-efficient buildings, and shifts to alternative energy sources.
By sponsoring the American Legislative Exchange Council, many corporations violate their own greenwashed official policies on climate change.
A little more than a year after the Gulf of Mexico oil spill, BP is funding a right-wing lobbying group that opposes regulation of offshore drilling.
While Obama lifts the "cloud of uncertainty" over the economy, Dick Durbin looks like one of the only lawmakers still worried about the real weather.
The paper, full of shoddy science, got attention from a right-wing blogger on Forbes, but climatologists say it's bunk.
Rep. Rich Nugent (R-Fla.) proposes an amendment to the Interior and Environment appropriations bill that blocks the creation of a manatee refuge.