Last month, almost 14,000 negative ads focused on energy. Why is energy dominating the right's campaign against Obama?
In a Rolling Stone interview, President Obama made some remarkable statements about climate as a campaign issue and the millions pouring into anti-science disinformation campaigns.
As governor of Massachusetts, Romney fought sprawl and promoted density -- another set of issues on which he looks to be seriously out of sync with the Tea Party and the GOP base.
A handy chart lets you compare the presidential candidates' policies on fossil fuels, clean energy, public lands, and oil subsidies.
World leaders will gather in June to discuss the future of the planet. Will the president be a no-show?
Mitt Romney might be the country's No. 1 brownwasher, trying to cover up past greenery and blend in with the GOP crowd.
Gingrich was bitten on the finger by the penguin at the St. Louis zoo.
The Green Party’s front-runner says she wants to get corporations out of politics, create universal health care and free higher education, and rebuild the American economy. Don’t even get her started on Ralph Nader.
The Obama campaign is acting as if it is already in a general-election fight, against a Big Oil-Mitt Romney ticket.