You can be thankful that the air you breathe will soon be a little cleaner. And if we all push the EPA, it might get even cleaner still.
"Goosebumps crawled up my arms and I thought to myself, SING! Sing you fool!" says Greg Grey Cloud, the Sioux whose song made Elizabeth Warren grimace.
Corrected ballots tightened the race enough to trigger an automatic recount, so the initiative gets another lease on life.
For this year’s holidays and beyond, you may never have to have a political argument with a family member again.
Changing how we farm and eat is always going to be hard -- but there are some principles everyone, regardless of political leaning, can embrace.
The Democratic governor of New York used to speak forthrightly about climate change, but lately he's been getting all weak and mushy.
A New York Times investigation traces how oil-money influence and federal absence left a state's environment open to pillage.
Polling data suggests that even when the heat is on, political ideology outweighs facts.
The compromise aims to cut single-use bags by 80 percent.
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