The Democratic governor of New York used to speak forthrightly about climate science and the need for action. Now he's 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.
The World Bank will only fund coal projects in cases of "extreme need."
The former Virginia senator wants to run for president as a Democrat. He's got some ‘splainin’ to do.
Congressional leaders recently planted a tree at the nation's capitol to honor Emmett Till, whose killing sparked the civil rights movement. That's nice, but not enough.
As with everything in the good ol’ U S of A, corporations can have more power than government when it comes to the treatment of farmworkers!
Beltway pundits keep saying Obama is about to “trade” Keystone approval for some other policy he cares about more. They are delusional.
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