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Living

Beyoncé’s “Formation” has us — and everyone, hopefully — thinking about justice

We cede the floor to women of color around the internet who have written smart, beautiful things about a very important song.

Cities

New York mayor’s zoning plans: Green, but not so good for affordable housing

Bill de Blasio's proposal would encourage density and transit access, but it wouldn't create nearly enough new dwelling units.

Climate & Energy

Mountaintop removal mining is flattening Appalachia

Researchers have quantified the impact of 40 years of mountaintop removal, and it doesn't look pretty.

Politics

GOP reps vs. EPA’s clean water rules: Ready, fire, aim

There might be some reasons for Congress to grill the EPA leadership about its clean water rules, but this hearing couldn't find them.

Climate & Energy

Just how much money has Clinton taken from oil and gas lobbyists?

A fair bit, according to a Greenpeace investigation.

Science

Zika, tropical medicine, and infant monsters of the third world

There’s a historic precedent for the way we talk about a virus we know very little about.

Business & Technology

The cheap Tesla model is on its way. And so is a competitor from General Motors

Who will be the first to bring electric vehicles to the masses? Probably GM.

Climate & Energy

Your kids may be getting a confusing education on climate change

Many U.S. teachers offer their students conflicting or incorrect information about climate science, a new survey shows.

Living

These Christians are giving up the dirtiest thing for Lent

WWJD?