By reporting a climate-denialist stunt without probing its sources and context, the now Pulitzer-garlanded HuffPost participated in "verification in reverse" -- ripping up facts that were once nailed down.
Are you a fan of books and food? You may want to make a sojourn to this event.
Public belief in human-caused climate change has climbed steadily since its low point in 2010. Could the crazy weather have anything to do with it?
Hey, Huffington Post: I'm not one to tell you how to do your business, but maybe it would be a good idea to hire a science editor who's familiar with, like, science?
It gets harder each year to distinguish between bizarre true stories that land on April 1 and genuine leg-pulling. Here are our favorite gags from this year — plus a few legit stories. See if you can find the fakers.
The bizarre weather we've seen over the past year is just becoming the new normal, thanks to climate change. So why aren't we freaking the f*ck out yet?
After more than a year of breathlessly reporting on the Solyndra "scandal," Politico has finally admitted that there was never a scandal.
The Washington Post has issued a clarion call on the importance of climate change. Even though it's not perfect, it's to be commended.
Here's an email exchange between David Roberts and journalist Wen Stephenson about climate change and the media.